C-0769 - Diabetic foot infection: efficacy of radiological methods
C-0769 - Diabetic foot infection: efficacy of radiological methodsM. Zorkaltsev1, V. Zavadovskaia1, M. Zamyshevkaia1, V. Udodov1, O. Rodionova1, O. Kilina2, E. Grigoriev1; 1 Tomsk/RU 2 Abakan/RU Type: Scientific Exhibit
Area of Interests: Hybrid Imaging, Molecular imaging, Bones
Imaging Techniques: MR, SPECT-CT, CT
Procedure: Diagnostic procedure
Special Focuses: Inflammation, Infection
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Aims and objectives: to compare the effectiveness of radiological methods for the establishment of osteomyelitis (OM) in the diabetic foot (DF).
Methods and materials: 85 patients (41 male (48.2%), 44 female (51.8%); mean age 59.4±7.1) with suspected diabetic foot bone infections were studied. The study included patients with neuropathic (n = 25), ischemic (n = 13) and neuroischemic (n = 47) DFS forms. Fusions of SPECT and MRI or CT were performed in pr[...]
Results: Values of sensitivity, specificity and accuracy of X-ray and CT were 76.3%, 44.7%, 58.8% and 81.6%, 63.8%, 71.8% respectively. Low specificity of X-ray and CT was principally due to false positive results (FP) in Charcot foot (fig. 1-2). Also it should be noted poor visualization of soft tissues. Va[...]
Conclusion: Among the available methods of radiological diagnosis of osteomyelitis in the diabetic foot, priority is given SPECT/MRI or SPECT/CT. But SPECT-WBC/MRI has potentially advantage in the indication of soft tissue infections.
References: 1. Udodov V.D., Zorkal'tsev M.A., Zamyshevskaya M.A., Zavadovskaya V.D., Grigoriev E.G. Hybrid SPECT / MRI in the diagnosis of diabetic foot syndrome //Medical visualization. - 2016. - №2. - P. 36-42. 2. Ametov A.S. Diabetes mellitus type 2. Problems and Solution. 2-nd edition. M: G[...]