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September - December 2018

Volume 21, Number 3

Is fluorine-18-fluorocholine PET/CT suitable for the detection of skeletal involvement of multiple myeloma?. Lukas Lambert Free Text

Comparison of atherosclerotic inflammation and calcification in subjects with end stage renal disease (ESRD) on 18 hemodialysis to normal controls utilizing F-FDG PET/CT.Gonca G. Bural Free Text

Normal patterns of regional brain F-FDG uptake in normal aging.Sara Pourhassan Shamchi Free Text

Efficacy of F-FDG and F-NaF PET/CT imaging: A novel semi-quantitative assessment of the effects of age and obesity on hip joint inflammation and bone degeneration.Dani P. Yellanki Free Text

Unsuspected reduced radiochemical purity of the F-FDG may decrease image resolution, SUVreliability and diagnostic accuracy.Eun Ok Han Free Text

F-FDG PET/CT in therapy response and in predicting responders or non-responders in malignant pleural mesothelioma patients.Artor Niccoli Asabella Free Text

An overview of the neurosurgical implications, pathophysiology, diagnosis and recent treatment strategies forGrade IV idiopathic osteolysis, also known as Gorham-Stout orphantom bone disease.Mario Ganau Free Text

Tc-99m-PSMAimaging allows successful radioguided surgery in recurrent prostate cancer.Christian Kratzik Free Text

Osteoarticular tuberculosis in children. A fast reappearing 18 disease diagnosed by F-FDG PET/CTand other modalities. Yuxiao Xia Free Text

Equilibrium radionuclide ventriculography: still a clinically useful method for the assessment of cardiac function?.Christos Sachpekidis Free Text

Images in two prostate cancer patients of second primary cancers.Paulina Cegla Free Text

Περιλήψεις από το Αγγλικό Τµήµα Free Text

Hellenic Section Free Text