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Bone Scan Question
Hello, I went in for a bone scan (whole body scan) last week.  While laying on the bed, I tried looking at the image on the monitor during the scan.  It was a black screen with a white image of me.  Didn't see a skeleton.  Just white.  Is this what the radiologist see's on their screen or when the images are printed onto slides?  I tried searching online and all the images that I see clearly show the body and the skeleton.  Mine is just what all over.  Any feedback would be greatly appreciated.  I should be getting the results any day now.  I'm just very curious and anxious. Thanks.
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