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Positron Emission Tomography: A Critical Assessment of Recent Trends

Author: Balázs Gulyás; Hans W Müller-Gärtner
Publisher: Dordrecht : Springer Netherlands : Imprint : Springer, 1998.
Series: NATO ASI Series, 3. High Technology,, 51.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Bibliographic data : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A critical summary of the state of the art of PET technology and related disciplines (camera physics, radiochemistry, radiopharmacology, computerised brain atlases and databases, etc.), plus a survey of the most recent developments in the clinical and neuroscience applications of PET. <br/> The chapters systematically guide the reader from the basics of the technique - including new camera designs, new drugs,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Printed edition:
Material Type: Bibliographic data, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Balázs Gulyás; Hans W Müller-Gärtner
ISBN: 9789401149969 9401149968 9789401060974 9401060975
OCLC Number: 840311037
Description: 1 online resource (484 pages).
Contents: One: How to establish and run a PET Center? --
1. Planning a proposal for a PET centre --
2. The use and registration of PET radiopharmaceuticals. European and world trends --
3. FDG distribution --
a new market trend --
4. Status of clinical PET in the USA and the role and activities of the Institute for Clinical PET --
two: PET: Novel methodological approaches --
5. Recent trends in PET camera designs --
6. Strategies for radioligand development: Peptides for tumor targeting --
7. Development of PET radioligands for the quantitation of serotonin receptors in the human brain --
8. The renin-angiotensin system --
9. Membrane transporters --
10. A deformable high resolution anatomic reference for PET activation studies --
11. Registration: a powerful tool to combine information provided by different imaging modalities --
12. Quantification of FDG uptake using kinetic models --
13. Cavinton affects the kinetic constants of FDG accumulation: an application of registration and kinetic modeling --
14. Whole body scanning --
three: PET in oncology --
15. Positron emission tomography in oncology. In vivo measurements of protein synthesis in tumors --
16. Diagnosis, differential diagnosis, and follow-up of tumors by means of FDG PET --
17. Clinical application of whole-body [18]-FDG-PET in malignant melanoma --
18. Evaluation of metastatic lymph nodes by means of FDG PET --
19. Diagnosis, differential diagnosis, and follow-up of intracranial tumors with PET --
four: PET in neurology and psychiatry --
20. PET studies in neuropharmacology. Novel approaches --
21. PET studies of the dopamine hypotheses in schizophrenia --
22. PET and epilepsy in adults --
23. Mapping cerebral responses to volatile anesthetics in humans --
24. The effect of a single-dose intravenous vinpocetine on chronic 291 stroke patients. A PET study --
25. Coupling between cerebral blood flow and metabolism in the primate: methodological and pharmacological issues --
five: PET in neuroscience research --
26. BrainMapTM: Electronic integration of mind and brain --
27. Designing activation experiments --
28. The human motor system: principles versus plasticity --
29. Activation of the visual ventral stream in humans: an fMRI study --
30. PET and fMRI studies of cerebellar function in sensation, perception, and cognition --
31. How to use neuroimaging to study visual attention --
32. Characterising selective attention with positron emission tomography. Neurophysiological investigations --
six: Appendix --
33. PET centers and PET projects in Central and Eastern Europe --
34. PET Centres around the world --
35. List of contributors --
36. Index --
37. Color plates.
Series Title: NATO ASI Series, 3. High Technology,, 51.
Other Titles: Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop, Debrecen, Hungary, 1-5 October 1996
Responsibility: edited by Balázs Gulyás, Hans W. Müller-Gärtner.

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