scintiphotography

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scin·ti·pho·tog·ra·phy

(sin'ti-fō-tog'ră-fē),
The process of obtaining a photographic recording of the distribution of an internally administered radiopharmaceutical with the use of a gamma camera; obsolete.
Synonym(s): scintography

scin·ti·pho·tog·ra·phy

(sin'ti-fŏ-tog'ră-fē)
The process of obtaining a photographic recording of the distribution of an internally administered radiopharmaceutical with the use of a gamma camera.
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WT may be differentiated from malignant lesions based on "hot" uptake with 99mTc pertechnetate scintography, which is due to the epithelial component's ability to concentrate 99mTc pertechnetate but not secrete it [18, 19].
The recommended workup for diagnosing a PJI includes blood tests for CRP and ESR, X-rays and occasionally scintography and joint cultures (Ailabouni, Jennings, & Hooper, 2015).
(4) A retrospective review by Soubrier and colleagues examined 60 cases of IF, as defined by a newly documented fracture occurring spontaneously or resulting from moderate pressure; fractures were confirmed by radiography, scintography, CT, and MRI over a 9-year period.
Silicone versus collagen plugs for treating dry eye:results of a prospective randomized trial including lacrimal scintography. Am J Ophthalmol.
(13) Three tests frequently used to diagnose GERD include 1) intra-esophageal pH monitoring, scintography, and intraluminal esophageal impedance; 2) inflammation testing; and 3) the use of symptom-assessment questionnaires.
Perfusion lung scintography did not support a diagnosis of pulmonary embolism.
Radiography, scintography, computed tomography, and magnetic resonance imaging depict associated bone and soft-tissue abnormalities.
Francis Dubosq reported that myocardial scintography revealed coronary artery disease in 9 (29%) of 31 men who sought treatment for erectile dysfunction (ED) from urologists at Hopital Foch in Suresnes, France.
and Cook, D.J., 'Technetium-99m Calcium Phytate: Optimization of Calcium Content for Liver and Spleen Scintography', J.
The primary study end point was median infarct size as measured by scintography 5-10 days post MI.
(24) MRI is the diagnostic method of choice; computerized tomography and scintography are less accurate and do not pick up the pre-radiographic lesions.