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J Nucl Med. 1986 Feb;27(2):223-5.

Scintigraphic detection of occult hemorrhage in a patient receiving anticoagulants.


The exact location of hemorrhage complicating anticoagulant therapy is sometimes difficult to establish. We present a case in which imaging with 99mTc-labeled red cells had a significant role in the diagnosis of soft-tissue bleeding in a paraplegic patient receiving long-term anticoagulation.

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