Vol 2, No 2 (1999)

Date published: 2000-02-25

Table of Contents

open access

Editorial

The role of funcional neuroimaging in contrmporary psychiatry

Konstantinos N. Fountoulakis

Nucl. Med. Rev 1999;2(2):54-58.

Clinical experience with outpatient radioiodine therapy in hyperthyroidism

István Csenkey-Sinkó, Richárd Róka, Teréz Séra, Zsuzsanna Valkusz, János Julesz, László Csernay, László Pávics

Nucl. Med. Rev 1999;2(2):59-62.

Relationship of uptake of 99mTc-MIBI in bone metastases to efficiency of strontium-89 therapy in prostate cancer patients

Elena V. Barysheva, Sergey P. Selivanov, Julia E. Riannel, Svetlana N. Isaeva, Elena A. Usynin, Sergey A. Velichko, Wladimir Yu. Ussov

Nucl. Med. Rev 1999;2(2):63-68.

67Ga SPECT in detection of infection and inflammation

Jaroslaw B. Ćwikła, John R. Buscombe, Daksha S. Thakrar, Andy G. Irwin, Andrew J. W. Hilson

Nucl. Med. Rev 1999;2(2):69-73.

rCBF SPECT in patients after mild cranio-cerebral trauma

Piotr Lass, Wojciech Marks, Jerzy Lipiński, Adam Zapaśnik

Nucl. Med. Rev 1999;2(2):74-78.
Short communications

99mTc-glutathione in mammary tumor bearing mice

Krystyna Samochocka, Alicja Rysińska, Izabela Kozłowicz-Gudzińska, Alina Czarnomorska

Nucl. Med. Rev 1999;2(2):79-82.
Reviews

Radio-peptide therapy

John B. Buscombe

Nucl. Med. Rev 1999;2(2):93-95.

Cholescintigraphy in Dubin-Johnson syndrome

Vera Artiko, Vladimir Obradović, Kosta Kostić, Nebojša Petrović, Stana Marković, Obren Popović

Nucl. Med. Rev 1999;2(2):83-84.
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