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scintigraph

(sĭn′tĭ-grăf′)
n.
1. A device for producing a scintigram; a scintiscanner.

scin′ti·graph′ic adj.
scin′ti·graph′i·cal·ly adv.
scin·tig′ra·phy (sĭn-tĭg′rə-fē) n.

scintigraph

[sin′tigraf′]
a photograph showing the distribution and intensity of radioactivity in various tissues and organs after the administration of a radiopharmaceutical.
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1], fatalities subsequent to high dosing made it impossible to use dosages that resulted in scintigraphically detectable changes in function.
The relative merits of Doppler sonography in the evaluation of patients with clinically and scintigraphically suspected testicular torsion.
17] A more recent randomized trial of 126 patients with acute proximal vein thrombosis compared 8 days of strict bed rest with early mobilization; there was no statistically significant difference in the incidence of scintigraphically detectable pulmonary embolism (LOE=1b).
Increased osteoblastic activity detected scintigraphically with 99Tc-HMDP (hyfroxymethylene diphosphonate) is seen bilaterally symmetrical in the upper and lower limb long bones, longitudinally along the bone cortices.