Diagnostic Imaging: Nuclear Medicine, 2e

Diagnostic Imaging: Nuclear Medicine, 2e

Language: English

Pages: 608

ISBN: 032337753X

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


A tactical guide for radiologists and nuclear medicine physicians, Diagnostic Imaging: Nuclear Medicine, Second Edition is practical, easy-to-use, and in-touch with the realities of multimodality diagnostic imaging. This comprehensive yet accessible reference addresses the most appropriate nuclear medicine options available to answer specific clinical questions within the framework of all imaging modalities. Sweeping updates include a complete reorganization, new differential diagnoses based on findings, and new chapters on physics and Nuclear Regulatory Commission guidelines. User-friendly bulleted text and a uniform chapter layout allow fast and effortless access to the crucial knowledge you need!

  • Time-saving reference features
  • include bulleted text, a variety of test data tables, key facts in each chapter, 2,000 full-color annotated images, and an extensive index

  • Expanded coverage
  • of the most important topics and trends in nuclear medicine including

      • Recently revised radioactive iodine therapy guidelines
      • for hyperthyroidism and thyroid cancer

      • New bone tumor therapy radium-223
      • (currently indicated for treatment of painful bone metastases in prostate cancer)

      • New I-123 ioflupane dopamine transporter imaging
      • for diagnosis of parkinsonian syndromes

      • F-18 PET/CT bone scan
      • (particularly its indication for nonaccidental trauma in children)

  • Meticulous updates throughout
  • reflect the latest advances as well as all study guide topics listed for the new American Board of Radiology exam, including physics and Nuclear Regulatory Commission guidelines

  • Expert Consult eBook version included with purchase
  • allows you to search all of the text, figures, and references from the book on a variety of devices

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pertechnetate rather than a right-to-left shunt. 20 – Free Tc-99m pertechnetate is also visualized in thyroid gland, salivary glands and gastric mucosa ○ Use reduced MAA particle count (100,000-200,000) in case of suspected shunt, pulmonary hypertension, pregnancy or pediatric patient ○ Can quantitate the degree of shunt if desired – Right-to-left shunt % = (total body counts - lung counts)/(total body counts x 100) DIAGNOSTIC CHECKLIST • Always scrutinize VQ scans for unexpected incidental

injection. The patient’s head can be restrained to avoid motion. F-18 FDG is a PET tracer that measures glucose metabolism in the brain and has largely surpassed SPECT for diagnosing an etiology for dementia. F-18 FDG requires patient preparation of fasting for 4-6 hours and no IV fluids that contain dextrose. Furthermore, patients need to be in a quiet, dark room with little noise in order to limit regional brain activation. When evaluating patterns of dementia on F-18 FDG PET/CT or SPECT, it is

challenge: techniques and applications in the evaluation of chronic cerebral ischemia. AJNR Am J Neuroradiol. 30(5):876-84, 2009 Hori M et al: The magnetic resonance Matas test: Feasibility and comparison with the conventional intraarterial balloon test occlusion with SPECT perfusion imaging. J Magn Reson Imaging. 21(6):709-14, 2005 Lampl Y et al: Prognostic significance of blood brain barrier permeability in acute hemorrhagic stroke. Cerebrovasc Dis. 20(6):433-7, 2005 Maulaz A et al: Selecting

metaphyses of long & tubular bones – Parallel striations to long axis of bones – Iliac bones may show fan-shaped striations – No significant uptake on bone scan Chondroblastoma – Well-defined, osteolytic lesion with thin sclerotic rim located in epiphysis or apophyses of long bone – Femur, tibia, humerus, patella, and tarsal bones – Skeletally immature patient – Bone scan shows focal increased uptake Osteochondroma – Most common benign bone tumor – Most commonly in long bones of upper & lower

(Fe/iron surrogate), may be helpful in chronic osteomyelitis – When compared with bone scan, Ga-67 uptake should be greater than bone scan uptake or show uptake of different size (larger or smaller) – Preferred over In-111 WBC for spinal discitis/osteomyelitis due to potential false (-) result ○ SPECT and SPECT/CT adds specificity to location of abnormal activity • Correlative imaging features ○ Plain film: Limited sensitivity and specificity – Normal initially; recognition may take 2-3 weeks

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