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Several other investigations have revealed similar findings and suggest that FDG uptake in recurrent and metastatic thyroid carcinoma depends on the TSH levels [10,11,37]. In vitro cell culture experiments have demonstrated that increasing levels of TSH significantly increased FDG uptake in a time- and concentration-dependent manner: thyroid cells cultured at a TSH concentration of 50 muU/ mL doubled FDG uptake compared with TSH-free conditions, and uptake after 72 hours of TSH preincubation was approximately 300% of that without TSH preincuba- H.

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