scintigraphic


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scin·ti·graph·ic

(sin'ti-graf'ik),
Relating to or obtained by scintigraphy.

scin·ti·graph·ic

(sin'ti-graf'ik)
Relating to or obtained by scintigraphy.
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Scintigraphic images of cardiac perfusion are then acquired.
In all patients, scintigraphic examination was performed in accordance with a basic protocol in the first three days after presentation in Ankara University Medical Faculty, Department of Nuclear Medicine.
The surgical materials were reviewed retrospectively by pathologist without any acquaintance with the semi-quantitative scintigraphic results.
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Planar scintigraphic images in the anterior view were captured by a single-head gamma camera (GCA-7200A/UI, Toshiba, Japan) 15 min (early) and 3h (delayed) after intravenous injection of MIBG (111 MBq).
Scintigraphic parameters showed a normal deposit of radioactive hepato-splenic material, compatible with a normal-sized spleen of 13.
In the scintigraphic examination, we found increased activity involvement in both shoulders, especially in the right shoulder as well as on the right humeral head and in the distal phalanx of the finger.