This slide show features images of diffuse osteoblastic bone metastases in a 70-year-old advanced prostate cancer patient, bone metastases in the vertebral column of a kidney cancer patient, and more.
Slide 1: Sodium fluoride PET/CT Scan of a bone metastasis of kidney cancer; the PET scan shows the metabolic reaction of the bone.
Slide 3: Pelvis radiograph showed a large osteolytic lesion over right iliac bone near sacroiliac junction (white arrows). Source: Chih-Yu Chen, Yong-Te Hsueh, Tsung-Yu Lan, Wei-Hsin Lin, Karl Wu and Rong-Sen Yang.
Slide 4: A 70-year-old male with advanced prostate cancer presenting with hypercalcemia and diffuse osteoblastic bone metastases. Abdominal radiograph showing osteoblastic changes of spine, pelvic, and femoral bones (arrows). Source: Wan-Hsiu Liao, Sheng-Hsiang Lin and Tsu-Tuan Wu.