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Bilateral pulmonary 67Ga uptake in a patient with a benign monoclonal gammopathy

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Bilateral pulmonary uptake in an asymptomatic patient with normal chest X-rays and a monoclonal gammopathy is described. At the 11-month follow-up the patient is asymptomatic and chest X-ray remains normal.

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Correspondence to Vincent Lopez-Majano.

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Lopez-Majano, V., Sansi, P., Patel, A.R. et al. Bilateral pulmonary 67Ga uptake in a patient with a benign monoclonal gammopathy. Eur J Nucl Med 6, 85–89 (1981). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00253719

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  • Asymptomatic Patient
  • Monoclonal Gammopathy
  • Normal Chest