Kinetic Studies Comparing Nuclear Methods With Contrast-Enhanced Computed Tomography
Renal and CSF kinetics were examined in adult male rhesus monkeys by both computer-based nuclear medicine techniques and serial, contrast-enhanced computed tomography (CT). Typical time-activity and time-density curves are obtained. Each method has its own advantages, problems, and potential clinical uses.
KeywordsImmobilization Radionuclide Ketamine Hydrocephalus Kelly
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