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The SUV is time dependent, since FDG continues to accumulate during the period of imaging. For each study, SUVs have to be measured at the Table 2. Anticipated changes in tracer use Present Future FDG 95% FDG 85% 68 Ga + Others : 15% Received 31 May 2005 and accepted 6 September 2005. 32 The British Journal of Radiology, January 2006 PET/CT to improve patient management same time after administration of FDG. From a region of interest, average or maximum SUVs can be obtained, the maximum SUV being the most reproducible value for comparative purposes.

The specific aetiology of the disease is unknown, although various causes have been suggested, including infection, trauma or ischaemia of the mesentery. The disease has been related to other pathological processes such as vasculitis, granulomatous disease, pancreatitis and malignancy [2]. 6%, commonly appearing as an incidental finding, mostly in middle or late adulthood [5]. An association between MP and pre-existing malignancy has been reported [5, 6]. The CT features of MP are well recognized and may suggest the diagnosis, but they are non-specific and can appear in other conditions such as mesenteric oedema, granulomatous diseases, primary or secondary abdominal neoplasms and lymphoma [1].

Bevan, an astute politician and cancer sufferer, would surely have sensed that the NHS should possess the weapon of particle radiotherapy within its arsenal against cancer, in the same way as he bravely supported an independent nuclear deterrent. He wanted only the best for the British people and so should we. Acknowledgments The author is indebted to the following for discussions and their encouragement. Oncologists & Physicians: Prof. Pat Price, Dr Neil Burnet, Dr Trevor Roberts, Dr R D Errington, Dr P R Blake, Dr F Saran, Dr D Dearnaley, Dr D A L Morgan, Dr R Taylor, Dr A Cassoni, Dr M Gaze, Dr K I Hopkins, Dr D J Cole, Dr P N Plowman, Dr R Beaney, Dr R Rampling, Dr D Spooner, Dr A Crellin, Dr N G Glaser, Dr R H Phillips, Dr D V Ash, Prof.

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