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cine professionals and referring physicians, especially orthopedic and vascular surgeons, said Keidar, who is with Rambam Medical Center's department of nuclear medicine and TechnionIsrael Institute of Technology's school of medicine, both in Haifa, Israel. He believes that these findings will encourage additional investigations on the role of PET/CT in infection and inflammation in larger patient populations.

The authors of "The Diabetic Foot: Initial Experience With 18F-FDG PET/CT" are Zohar Keidar, M.D., Ph.D., Rambam Medical Center's department of nuclear medicine and TechnionIsrael Institute of Technology's school of medicine, both in Haifa, Israel; Daniela Militianu, M.D., Rambam Medical Center's department of diagnostic radiology, Haifa, Israel; Eyal Melamed, M.D., Rambam Medical Center's department of orthopedics, Haifa, Israel; SNM member Rachel Bar-Shalom, M.D., Rambam Medical Center's department of nuclear medicine, Haifa, Israel; and SNM member Ora Israel, M.D., Rambam Medical Center's department of nuclear medicine and TechnionIsrael Institute of Technology's school of medicine, both in Haifa, Israel.


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