- Feb 27, 2017
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- Orbassano - Italy
It's a thing that nearly nobody does, it's more typical of those facilities who do radio iodine, because it's key to the therapy. Without a scintigraphy, the dosage of radio iodine will be a guess, and this might be not too good for an HT kitty.Thanks Antonio, I will ask about that. I believe that will be done down in California as none of the vets in my area do those types of things.
It's sort of an x-ray, but has to be done under a sedation, so it might be a good idea if the scintigraphy and the radio iodine are being done during the same session of sedation.