Die Milz

  • K. Anger
  • U. Feine
Part of the Handbuch der Medizinischen Radiologie / Encyclopedia of Medical Radiology book series (HDBRADIOL, volume 15 / 2)

Zusammenfassung

Nuklearmedizinische Funktionsdiagnostik und Darstellungsmethoden der Milz entwikkelten sich um 1960 als eigenständige Methodik aus den hämatologischen Funktionsuntersuchungen. Letztere reichen in die allerersten Anfänge der medizinischen Isotopenanwendung zurück, so Untersuchungen mit 59Fe und 32P zur Kinetik von Blutbildung und -abbau von Hahn et al. (1939, 1940), Hevesy (1942) sowie Huff (1950). Eine verläßliche Methode der Markierung von Erythrozyten mit 51Cr zur Bestimmung der Erythrozytenkinetik stellten Gray und Sterling (1950) vor. Im Rahmen dieser Methoden wurde die Milzaktivität extern gemessen, eine Darstellung der Milz oder eigentliche Funktionsdiagnostik der Milz war damit nicht gegeben.

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