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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The scintigraphic results revealed no visualization of gallbladder within stipulated time of 32 min.
(1984) The specific scintigraphic pattern of "shin splints in the lower leg": concise communication.
Figure 1 contains anterior and posterior scintigraphic images which demonstrate increased radionuclide uptake within the right skull, 4th lumbar vertebra, and the pelvis, with more activity in the right iliac and ischium.
By focusing of detector in forelimb area, scintigraphic scans were started.
Inclusion criteria: Clinical, biochemical and scintigraphic confirmation of hyperthyroidism as Graves' disease, toxic multinodular goiter and autonomous toxic nodule.
Damascus, (SANA) -- Activities of the Syrian-French Forum on the role of scintigraphy in the early detection of cancer on Thursday focused on the uses of scintigraphic technique as a method to screen for bone, lung, kidney and sentinel nodes, in addition to heart.
Participants received either placebo, low-dose chenodeoxycholate (500 mg), or high-dose chenodeoxycholate (1,000 mg) for 4 consecutive days, after which colonic transit was assessed by using a validated scintigraphic method.
Scintigraphic imaging was started immediately before injection of the radiopharmaceutical.