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Mutated cancer cells accumulate more of the radioactive tracers
because they are growing faster than healthy tissue and need more sugar for growth.
For this purpose, in this study, taking advantage of HPLC and radioactive tracer
assay, we examined the pharmacokinetic, tissue distribution and excretion of GS-Rd in rodents.
A patient undergoing MPS is given a radioactive tracer
injection into the arm and returns the following day where the amount of tracer reaching the heart is imaged at the Trust's specialist unit at Huddersfield Royal Infir mar y.
Trent Falling, a general surgeon, ordered a hepatobilliary scan, whereby a small amount of radioactive tracer
was injected into Kevin's bloodstream to identify whether ot not bile was successfully moving through the system into the small intestine.
Integrating the detectors and electronics into a trans-rectal probe minimizes the working distance between the imaging system and the prostate gland, providing better signals with a small amount of injected radioactive tracer
One way of assessing blood flow is by using positron emission tomography (PET), which uses radioactive tracer
molecules to track blood flow.
Fluid containing an X-ray dye or radioactive tracer
is then injected through the tube until the bladder is full, and then the child is asked to urinate.
Whitlow said he had little experience with using it until Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans, disrupting medical supplies and preventing his clinic from obtaining radioactive tracer
for nuclear medicine studies.
This is the easiest method, above all when a radioactive tracer
In the preliminary study, researchers used an experimental radioactive tracer
called iodofiltic acid I 123 (trade name Zemiva) to detect this use of glucose.