radiotracer


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radiotracer

[¦rād·ē·ō′trā·sər]
(nucleonics)
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The radiotracer uptake and diagnosis of reversible ischemia was based solely on qualitative visual analysis using a color scale.
A further 30 minutes of imaging at 1-minute per frame can be obtained up to 24 hours after radiotracer administration.
The IMAkinib project includes several programs, the most advanced being the development of an EGFR kinase-targeting radiotracer.
Further workup with a postoperative octreoscan showed a new liver lesion with radiotracer uptake and continued mediastinal uptake without a clear anatomic correlate.
123]I]CLINME may be a very useful radiotracer for the SPECT imaging of microglial activation associated with various neuropathologies.
OctreoPharm Sciences, a Germany-based radiopharmaceutical company, has received orphan drug designation for its new radiotracer OPS202 from the US food and Drug Administration.
It is performed in the so-called three-phase mode: the first flow phase with dynamic images acquired immediately after intravenous injection of the radiotracer, for 1 min; the second phase, steady-state, with static images of the region of greatest interest, acquired 5 min after injection of the radiotracer; and the third phase, the late phase, with whole-body images, acquired after 2 h of injection of the radiotracer.
Results showed that after follow-up, patients' SPECT scans revealed substantial decreases in radiotracer binding to the dopamine transport system in the nigrostriatal regions of the brain.
99mTc-DMSA scan revealed an inhomogeneous distribution of radiotracer in renal parenchyma, which was lower in the upper-medial part of the right kidney.
F-18]T808 was being developed by Siemens Medical Solutions USA until last April, when Avid, a subsidiary of Eli Lilly, purchased it along with another investigational tau radiotracer.
Then, after stimulating those proteins with light shone through an optical fiber inserted through a tiny tube called a cannula, they monitored overall brain activity using a radiotracer known as ^18FDG, which serves as a stand-in for glucose, the body's (and brain's) main source of energy.
A colleague reported ties to Avid Radiopharmaceuticals, which supplied the radiotracer florbetapir (Amyvid) used in the study