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Is it safe to have a CT Scan with contrast one day and then a Bone Scan the very next morning? My mother is having more tests done to see if lung cancer has spread to brain and bones. Trying to help her out with appointments and want to make sure she is getting the best treatment and attention. Thanks.
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replied June 18th, 2008
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It shouldn't be a problem. If the radiology department feels there's a problem they should let you know.

I hope you get good news with the latest test results.
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replied June 18th, 2008
Thank you for your response. You were right the radiology department said it would be fine. I'm hoping the news is good too. Thank you again and take care.
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