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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 1: Ga-67 citrate study in a renal transplant recipient with fever of unknown origin (patient 17). The whole-body study (a) suggests uptake in the right posterior upper abdomen suspicious of infection in the native right kidney. A transverse SPECT (b), low dose CT (c), and fused SPECT/CT (d) were viewed. On SPECT/CT, abnormal uptake lies within the right psoas muscle and posterior pararenal space and is separate from the right kidney

Figure 1: Ga-67 citrate study in a renal transplant recipient with fever of unknown origin (patient 17). The whole-body study (a) suggests uptake in the right posterior upper abdomen suspicious of infection in the native right kidney. A transverse SPECT (b), low dose CT (c), and fused SPECT/CT (d) were viewed. On SPECT/CT, abnormal uptake lies within the right psoas muscle and posterior pararenal space and is separate from the right kidney