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Atlas of gallium-67 scintigraphy

Gerald S. Johnston

Atlas of gallium-67 scintigraphy

a new method of radionuclide medical diagnosis. [Edited by] Gerald S. Johnston and A. Eric Jones.

by Gerald S. Johnston

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Published by Plenum Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gallium -- Isotopes,
  • Radioisotope scanning -- Atlases

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsJones, Alfred Eric, 1935-,
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC78.7 R4 J63
    The Physical Object
    Pagination223p.
    Number of Pages223
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19046087M

    gallium compound, gallium [67Ga] citrate, can be injected into the body and used for medical scanning without harmful effects. Table 30 compares the median concentrations of Ga in the FOREGS samples and in some reference datasets. Ga in soil Gallium has a median value of mg kg-1 in subsoil and mg kg-1 in topsoil, with a rangeFile Size: KB. Anterior and posterior whole-body gallium citrate scintigraphy performed 48 hours after intravenous injection of 10 mCi of gallium citrate revealed marked splenomegaly. (6) Gallium scintigraphy has been used in monitoring the response to therapy and in the follow-up of patients with MCL; however, gallium scintigraphy has a 50% false.

      There is some disagreement in the literature about the tumour affinity and tumour specificity of gallium (67Ga). The present investigation showed good uptake of 67Ga in most cases of bronchial carcinoma, but some uptake of 67Ga was also found in 30% of those with non-malignant lung lesions. There was no relationship between the uptake of 67Ga and the Cited by: Ga useful in detecting infection or inflammation in bones and joints. The second purpose of this scan is to demonstrate cancers known as lymphomas.

    A gallium scan is a type of nuclear medicine test that uses either a gallium (67 Ga) or gallium (68 Ga) radiopharmaceutical to obtain images of a specific type of tissue, or disease state of tissue. Gallium salts like gallium citrate and gallium nitrate may be used. The form of salt is not important, since it is the freely dissolved gallium ion Ga 3+ which is : with Gallium scintigraphy (from April to January ). All patients received 10 mCi Galliumcitrate intravenously. Twenty four and 48 hours post injection whole body and thoracic SPECT imaging was performed for the patients using dual head variable angle gamma camera ( Siemens). In case of any suspicious activity.


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Authors (view affiliations) About this book. Introduction. The first radiopharmaceutical selected for study was Gallium (Ga) administered as the citrate. The object of the study was to de­ termine the usefulness of Ga in the diagnosis and.

Inunder the sponsorship of Oak Ridge Associated Univer­ sities (ORAU), a group of clinical investigators formed the Cooper­ ative Group to Study Localization of Radiopharmaceuticals.

The first radiopharmaceutical selected for study was Gallium (67 Brand: Springer US. Atlas of Gallium Scintigraphy: A New Method of Radionuclide Medical Diagnosis Kindle Edition by Gerald Johnston (Author) Format: Kindle Edition.

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Get this from a library. Atlas of Gallium Scintigraphy: a New Method of Radionuclide Medical Diagnosis. [Gerald S Johnston; A Eric Jones] -- Inunder the sponsorship of Oak Ridge Associated Univer­ sities (ORAU), a group of clinical investigators formed the Cooper­ ative Group to Study Localization of Radiopharmaceuticals.

The first. Objectives: Although 18 F-fluorodeoxyglucose positron emission tomography (PET)/computed tomography (CT) has largely replaced the use of gallium (67 Ga) scintigraphy in the evaluation and follow-up of lymphoma patients, 67 Ga scans are still of value, particularly in countries where no PET/CT service is available.

The current study presents the experience of Cited by: 4. The sensitivity of gallium scintigraphy was % in 11 patients with AIN confirmed by biopsy. In two smaller studies, the reported sensitivity was only 58% and 69%. Furthermore, gallium scintigraphy was shown to have a specificity of 50–84% with positive results in patients with various inflammatory conditions [8, 12, 15].

The Cited by: 5. teaching hospital with a specialist Sarcoidosis Centre. Results: Ga scintigraphy in patients con-sidered on clinical grounds to have Sarcoidosis is a useful and sensitive test, and furthermore, by relaxing the interpretation of gallium scintigraphy sensitivity may be increased (from 20% to 80%) for a relatively small drop in Size: 1MB.

Until recently, gallium scintigraphy (GS) has been the best available functional imaging modality for evaluating patients with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma (NHL) and Hodgkin’s disease (HD). The diagnostic ac-curacy of GS in detecting lymphoma is based on optimi-sation of the imaging protocol, knowledge of potential.

Until recently, gallium scintigraphy (GS) has been the best available functional imaging modality for evaluating patients with non-Hodgkin's lymphoma (NHL) and Hodgkin's disease (HD). We conducted a study of 90 patients with soft tissue tumor in their arms or legs, in order to determine the usefulness of scintigraphy with gallium citrate as a diagnostic means.

All patients had adequate scan images, and tumor tissues had been histologically confirmed by surgical resection. The subjects consisted of 19 patients with malignant tumors, 55 patients Cited by: 4. This report describes the diagnostic contribution of gallium scintigraphy in cases of fever of unknown origin (FUO) at University Hospital in Leuven, Belgium, in – A final diagnosis was established in 99 (68%) of the by: We report a case of a year-old woman presented with neutropenic fever after chemotherapy for the relapse of acute biphenotypic leukemia.

Gallium scintigraphy for the detection of infectious foci demonstrated a unique pattern of numerous foci with intense and varying-sized radioactivity spreading throughout the : Yu Chin Wu, Te Chun Hsieh, Shung Shung Sun, Woei Chung Lo, Kuo Yang Yen, Chia Hung Kao.

Procedure guideline for gallium scintigraphy in inflammation. Journal of Nuclear Medicine, 38 (6), Procedure guideline for gallium scintigraphy in by: To determine if diffuse lung uptake (DLU) of gallium at scintigraphy in patients with lymphoma is indicative of lymphomatous involvement of the lungs.

Thirty-eight patients (24 male, 14. Gallium 67 citrate whole body scintigraphy was incorporated into the evaluation of patients with primary and metastatic breast carcinoma. A prospective analysis of these patients demonstrated gallium scanning to be limited in its corroborative value and of practical use only in detecting metastatic breast carcinoma in the by: Gallium 67 scintigraphy is useful clinically for assessment of tumor viability after treatment of Hodgkin's and nonHodgkin's lymphoma.

Because more than 50% of the patients with complete response have a residual mass after treatment, computed tomography is not a good test to determine if a patient has reached a complete by: Carrier-free gallium 67 citrate, 50!-,c/kg body weight, was injected intravenously, and total body as well as spot renal im­ aging was done at 6, 24, and 48 hours with a Siemens (Des Plains, IL) large field-of-view gamma camera scanning the, and keV gallium photopeaks.

At that dose of gallium. Gallium citrate scintigraphy has widespread applications in the diagnosis of chest diseases, including PCP, 14 malignant neoplasms, 7 sarcoidosis, 15 pneumoconiosis, 16 drug-induced lung toxicity, 17 and idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis.

18 Although it is nonspecific, it is a very sensitive marker for the presence of inflammation. In this Cited by: 9. 2. Gallium scintigraphy Gallium citrate: Pharmacological and physiochemical characteristics Ga citrate has been used since to detect and localize infectious and inflammatory process.

The exact mechanism of uptake has been studied extensively and various factors 2.A comparative study of gallium scintigraphy and computerized tomography in the diagnosis of head and neck tumors Ning-yi Li, DDS,a Jian Sun, DDS,a Mu-yun Jia, DDS,a Xiao-ming Jin, DDS,a Wei Shang, DDS,a and Shu-yao Zuo, DDSb aDepartment of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, and bDepartment of Nuclear Medicine, Qingdao.Gallium scintigraphy in lungdiseases J.

B. VAN DER SCHOOT, A. S. GROEN, and J. DE JONG Laboratory of Nuclear Medicine and Division of Pulmonary Diseases of the Department of Internal Medicine, Utiversity of Amsterdam, Netherlands There is some disagreement in the literature about the tumour affinity and tumour specificity of gallium (6VGa).Cited by: