In this week’s video, Dr. Brian GM Durie explains why a baseline skeletal survey may be helpful, but more sensitive imaging is more precise.

BOTTOM LINE:
Rather than skeletal surveys, opt for MRI, CT-scans, or PET-CT scans to search for myeloma bone lesions.

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IMF Chairman and Co-Founder Brian G.M. Durie, MD welcomes your questions about the latest myeloma treatments, research, controversies and quality of life issues. If you have a question you think might be of interest to the myeloma community, please send to askdrdurie@myeloma.org!

For questions of a specific personal nature, please call the IMF InfoLine coordinators at 800.452.2873 or email them at infoline@myeloma.org

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