Items tagged “nuclear medicine”

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Small bowel carcinoid tumor

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Henry Knipe
Published 12 Feb 2016
98% complete
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H sign of sacral insufficiency fracture

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Henry Knipe
Published 03 Mar 2016
92% complete
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Prostate cancer skeletal metastases - superscan

 Diagnosis almost certain
Dr Henry Knipe
Published 07 Jun 2016
79% complete
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Prostate MRI: stromal nodule

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Matthew Bastian-Jordan
Published 07 Jul 2016
86% complete
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Hepatobiliary imaging in nuclear medicine

Hepatobiliary imaging in nuclear medicine can be accomplished with multiple different radiotracers to help evaluate the liver, gallbladder and the biliary ducts. The choice of tracer depends on the clinical question. Common tracers include Tc99m-IDA (iminodiacetic acid) analogs: most commonly ...
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Tc99m IDA (iminodiacetic acid) analogs

Tc99m IDA (iminodiacetic acid) analogs are hepatobiliary agents in nuclear medicine, used in cholescintigraphy. These include: Tc99m-DISIDA: diisopropyl IDA, aka Hepatolite Tc99m-Mebrofenin: trimethyl bromo IDA, aka Choletec Tc99m-PIPIDA: paraisopropyl iminodiacetic acid The use of IDA alon...
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Cholescintigraphy

Cholescintigraphy is the use of radiotracers to assess the anatomy and function of the biliary system (and the liver indirectly). Currently, this is most commonly performed with Tc99m-IDA analogs, and "h"epatic "IDA" imaging gave rise to the more common term "HIDA scan." After intravenous injec...
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V/Q scan

V/Q (ventilation/perfusion) scan is a scintigraphic examination of the lung that evaluates pulmonary vasculature perfusion and segmental bronchoalveolar tree ventilation. Indications diagnosis of suspected pulmonary embolism (PE) monitor pulmonary function following lung transplant provide p...
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Superscan: prostate cancer skeletal metastases

 Diagnosis almost certain
MD Damián Rodríguez
Published 26 Jun 2017
75% complete
Nuclear medicine
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Normal scrotal scintigraphy

 Diagnosis almost certain
Dr Matt A. Morgan
Published 23 Aug 2016
60% complete
Nuclear medicine
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Hydrocoele (scrotal scintigraphy)

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Matt A. Morgan
Published 23 Aug 2016
88% complete
Nuclear medicine
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D-SPECT

D-SPECT represents the next step in the evolution of SPECT technology and is based on a unique acquisition geometry. It has nine arrays of cadmium zinc telluride (CZT) detectors, each of which rotates around its central axis with programmable angular rotation 1. The detectors are very compact al...
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Indium-111 oxine labeled white blood cell scan

Indium-111 oxine labeled white blood cell (WBC) scan (or In-111 oxine labeled white blood cell scan) is a nuclear medicine test which attempts to localize infection and/or inflammation by injecting the patient's previously extracted and radioactively-labeled white blood cells.  Procedure The p...
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Aseptic loosening of knee replacement

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Michael Morris
Published 31 Mar 2017
94% complete
Nuclear medicine
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First metatarsophalangeal joint prosthesis loosening without infection

 Diagnosis almost certain
Dr Matthew Lukies
Published 25 Mar 2017
79% complete
Nuclear medicine
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Krenning score of neuroendocrine tumor uptake

The Krenning score is a proposed semi-quantitative method of assessing the degree of tracer uptake on octreotide scintigraphy. Parameters Initially designed for assessment of 111In-DTPA on planar imaging, the Krenning score is applicable to SPECT or SPECT/CT using various radiopharmaceuticals....
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Vertebral hemangioma (Tc-99m RBC labeled SPECT/CT)

 Diagnosis almost certain
MD Damián Rodríguez
Published 14 Mar 2018
79% complete
Nuclear medicine
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F-18 fluorodeoxyglucose (FDG) embolism

F-18 fluorodeoxyglucose (FDG) is a condition which results in uniform focal intense FDG-avid pulmonary focus without any underlying structural CT correlate with an unremarkable follow-up PET-CT scan 1. It is thought to occur as a result of clumping of FDG with blood when the blood is withdrawn i...

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