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Radionuclide imaging techniques

by Peter F. Sharp

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Published by Academic Press in London, Orlando .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Radioisotope scanning.,
  • Imaging systems in medicine.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies and index.

    StatementPeter F. Sharp, Philip P. Dendy, W. Ian Keyes.
    SeriesMedical physics series
    ContributionsDendy, P. P., Keyes, W. Ian.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC78.7.R4 S5 1985
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 271 p. :
    Number of Pages271
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3024914M
    ISBN 100126390207
    LC Control Number85005267

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The use of radionuclide imaging and therapeutic procedures is increasing because they have an important role in the management of patients with by: 1. Radionuclide Tracer Techniques in Haematology present an extensive examination of the use of radionuclides in diagnostic medicine and in haematology.

It discusses the fundamental structure of radionuclides. It addresses the mechanism of using radionuclides for diagnosis. Basic Principles of Radionuclide Imaging. An in-depth review of the techniques of radionuclide imaging is beyond the scope of this chapter.

A brief overview is presented here. Radionuclide imaging begins with the administration of a radiolabelled tracer. The tracer contains a radioactive isotope bound to a complex or molecule, which determines.

Atlas of Nuclear Cardiology: Imaging Companion to Braunwald's Heart Disease E-Book: Expert Consult - Online and Print (Imaging Techniques to Braunwald's Heart Disease) 1st Edition, Kindle Edition by Ami E. Iskandrian (Author), Ernest V.

Garcia (Author)/5(2). This book, written by authors with national and international reputations in the field, covers all aspects of radionuclide and hybrid bone imaging. Introductory sections present the basic science and consider the current status and limitations of conventional radiological : Hardcover.

Simon P.G. Padley, David M. Hansell, in Clinical Respiratory Medicine (Fourth Edition), Today, clinicians have two main imaging techniques at their disposal for the investigation of patients with chest disease—plain radiography, which produces a projectional image, and computed tomography (CT), which provides a cross-sectional view.

Other techniques, such as. In book: Imaging in Peripheral Arterial Disease, pp and future of radionuclide-based imaging approaches that have specific relevance for the evaluation of. Radionuclide imaging can expose patients to similar amounts of radiation than do comparable computed tomography (CT) studies.

Planar techniques, which produce a 2-dimensional image, are rarely used; SPECT, which uses a rotating camera system and tomographic reconstruction to produce a 3-dimensional image, is more common in the United States. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Sharp, Peter F.

Radionuclide imaging techniques. London ; Orlando: Academic Press, (OCoLC) This book, written by authors with national and international reputations in the field, covers all aspects of radionuclide and hybrid bone imaging.

Introductory sections present the basic science and consider the current status and limitations of conventional radiological techniques.

The. Radionuclide Bone Imaging: An Illustra-tive Review1 Charito Love, MD Anabella S. Din, MD Maria B. Tomas, MD Tomy P. Kalapparambath, MD Christopher J. Palestro, MD Bone scintigraphy with technetiumm–labeled diphosphonates is one of the most frequently performed of all radionuclide procedures.

However, radionuclide imaging techniques do not depict structural anatomy like ultrasound, X-ray computed tomography (XCT) or conventional radiographs.

It is the only established noninvasiveAuthor: Syed Akber. Nuclear medicine is a medical specialty involving the application of radioactive substances in the diagnosis and treatment of r medicine imaging, in a sense, is "radiology done inside out" or "endoradiology" because it records radiation emitting from within the body rather than radiation that is generated by external sources like addition, nuclear medicine ICDPCS: C.

Planar techniques, which produce a 2-dimensional image, are rarely used; SPECT, which uses a rotating camera system and tomographic reconstruction to produce a 3-dimensional image, is more common in the United States. With multihead SPECT systems, imaging can often be completed in ≤ 10 minutes.

Visual comparison of stress and delayed images. Imaging is key to the screening and diagnosis of many respiratory conditions. It is also an area of significant debate, particularly with regard to questions surrounding safety and overuse.

This Monograph will be of interest to pulmonologists in all areas of respiratory medicine. The book covers two main areas: imaging methodology and safety; and imaging use in specific. Nuclear medicine therapy uses radiopharmaceuticals targeting specific tumours, such as thyroid, lymphomas or bone metastases, delivering radiation to tumorous lesions as part of a therapeutic strategy to cure, mitigate or control the disease.

It can be used either on selective targets or throughout the entire body. European Nuclear Medicine Guide Inthe incumbent Presidents of the EANM and the UEMS/EBNM initiated a project to develop a comprehensive, yet concise, nuclear medicine practice guide. Only two years later, in Octoberthis ultimate hand book from and for the Nuclear Medicine Community was launched.

This atlas fills a gap in the literature by documenting in detail the role of nuclear medicine imaging of infection and inflammation. The pathophysiologic and molecular mechanisms on which radionuclide imaging of infection/inflammation is based are clearly explained, but the prime focus of the book is on the clinical relevance of such procedures.

This book, written by authors with national and international reputations in the field, covers all aspects of radionuclide and hybrid bone imaging.

Introductory sections present the basic science and consider the current status and limitations of conventional radiological techniques. Radionuclide bone imaging plays an integral part in tumor staging and management.

This modality is extremely sensitive for detecting skeletal abnormalities, and numerous studies have confirmed that it is considerably more sensitive than conventional radiography for this purpose (, 4 –, 7).Cited by:.

Overview of the radionuclide imaging process. Nuclear medicine departments routinely perform diagnostic imaging and non-imaging procedures and, in many hospitals, undertake radionuclide radiotherapy treatments. However, in this chapter, only radionuclide imaging will be described and therapeutic applications are dealt with in Chapter 7.1.

Semin Nucl Med. Jan;25(1) Radionuclide imaging after skeletal interventional procedures. Palestro CJ(1). Author information: (1)Division of Nuclear Medicine, Long Island Jewish Medical Center, New Hyde Park, NYUSA.

Although nuclear medicine is often used as an adjunct to planning skeletal therapeutic interventions, its role in the assessment of Cited by: radionuclide imaging: the noninvasive examination of various parts of the body, especially the heart, using a radiopharmaceutical such as thallium and a detection device such as a gamma camera, rectilinear scanner, or positron camera.

See also cardiac radionuclide imaging.