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by C. Kessler,M.R. Hardeman,H. Henningsen,J. Petrovici

  • Author: C. Kessler,M.R. Hardeman,H. Henningsen,J. Petrovici
  • ISBN: 0792307291
  • ISBN13: 978-0792307297
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  • Language: English
  • Category: Medicine
  • Publisher: Springer; 1990 edition (May 31, 1990)
  • Pages: 301
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Clinical Application of Radiolabelled Platelets (Developments in Nuclear Medicine) ePub download

Developments in Nuclear Medicine Radiolabeled Platelet Deposition Predicts Pseudointimal Hyperplasia in. .

Developments in Nuclear Medicine. This advantage has let to an increase in the clinical applications of 1211-In labelled platelets. Today, radiolabelled platelets are used for thrombus detection in several different medical areas such as cardiology, nephrology. angiology or neurology. Even though many scientists and hospital doctors now routinely use radiolabelled platelet as a diagnostic tool, there is as yet not a standardized labelling method. Radiolabeled Platelet Deposition Predicts Pseudointimal Hyperplasia in Arterial Prostheses.

Описание: Platelets - winner of a 2013 Highly Commended BMA Medical Book Award for Internal Medicine - is.

Описание: Platelets - winner of a 2013 Highly Commended BMA Medical Book Award for Internal Medicine - is the definitive current source of state-of-the-art knowledge about platelets and covers the entire field of platelet biology, pathophysiology, and clinical medicine.

Hematology and Other Clinical Applications. 111-Indium Labeled Platelets in Thrombocytopenic Purpura. Survival and Biodistribution Studied With Scintillation Camera.

Part of the Developments in Nuclear Medicine book series (DNUM, volume 17. In: Kessler . Hardeman . Developments in Nuclear Medicine, vol 17.

Part of the Developments in Nuclear Medicine book series (DNUM, volume 17). Abstract. Coronary artery thrombosis (CAT) leads to ischemia or infarction of myocardium and thrombotic or embolic occlusions of cerebral arteries result in ischemia or infarction of the central nervous system. Henningsen . Petrovici JN. (eds) Clinical Application of Radiolabelled Platelets. Springer, Dordrecht.

Clinical Applications of Radiolabelled Platelets. AIMS OF THE COLOGNE-SYMPOSIUM ON RADIOLABELLED PLATELETS In 1976, M. Thakur et al (1) were the first to publish a paper concerning the in vivo thrombus detection with 111- In-labelled platelets. Previous attempts at scintigraphic thrombus localisation had been disappointing because of the unspecific binding of a number of the isotopes used, as well as the poor labelling efficiency or an insufficient low gamma-emitting property.

Today, radiolabelled platelets are used for thrombus detection in several different medical areas such as.In 1983, a symposium on Radiolabelled Cellular Blood Elements was organized by . hakur, .

Today, radiolabelled platelets are used for thrombus detection in several different medical areas such as cardiology, nephrology. In addition to this, there are neither standardized image procedures for the different clinical applications nor an agreement about specificity and sensitivity of the method.

Clinical Application of Radiolabelled Platelets. Developments in Nuclear Medicine.

Clinical Application of Radiolabelled Platelets C. Kessler; . Автор: C. More than a scientific resource, this is also an authoritative reference and guide to the diagnosis and therapeutics of diseases involving platelets.

Nuclear Medicine is a medical specialty in which radioactive substances are used .

Nuclear Medicine is a medical specialty in which radioactive substances are used for diagnostic and therapeutic purposes. With technological development, improvements to gamma cameras became possible. The acquisition of functional images, which had previously only been done on a two-dimensional plane, became tomographic with three-dimensional reconstruction. Based on this information, the clinical application of nuclear medicine is to highlight the physiological or metabolic structures or organs involved.

AIMS OF THE COLOGNE-SYMPOSIUM ON RADIOLABELLED PLATELETS In 1976, M. Thakur et al (1) were the first to publish a paper concerning the in vivo thrombus detection with 111- In-labelled platelets. Previous attempts at scintigraphic thrombus localisation had been disappointing because of the unspecific binding of a number of the isotopes used, as well as the poor labelling efficiency or an insufficient low gamma-emitting property. Because of its physical characteristics (2.8 days half-life, 94% gamma emission) 111 Indium turned out to be the best isotope for platelet kinetic studies as well as for the measurement of platelet incorporation by Thrombi to be used up until now. The lipophile complexes of Ill-In (8-hydroxyquinoline, acetylacetone, tropolone) diffuse passively into the platelets without altering the function or the life span of the platelets. This advantage has let to an increase in the clinical applications of 1211-In labelled platelets. Today, radiolabelled platelets are used for thrombus detection in several different medical areas such as cardiology, nephrology. angiology or neurology. Even though many scientists and hospital doctors now routinely use radiolabelled platelet as a diagnostic tool, there is as yet not a standardized labelling method. In addition to this, there are neither standardized image procedures for the different clinical applications nor an agreement about specificity and sensitivity of the method. In 1983, a symposium on Radiolabelled Cellular Blood Elements was organized by M.Thakur, M.R.Hardeman and M.D.