Jure Fettich

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Ischaemic heart disease is one of the world's most important causes of mortality, so improvements and rationalization of diagnostic procedures would be very useful. The four diagnostic levels consist of evaluation of signs and symptoms of the disease and ECG (electrocardiogram) at rest, sequential ECG testing during the controlled exercise, myocardial(More)
Ishaemic heart disease is one of the world's most important causes of mortality, so improvements and rationalization of diagnostic procedures would be very useful. The four diagnostic levels consist of evaluation of signs and symptoms of the disease and ECG (electrocar-diogram) at rest, sequential ECG testing during the controlled exercise, myocardial(More)
I Purpose The purpose of this guideline is to offer to the Nuclear Medicine team a useful framework in daily practice. The present document is influenced by the conclusions of the reunion on "Consensus Guidelines for MIBG Scintigraphy" (Paris, November 6, 1997) of the European Neuroblastoma Group and by those of the Oncologic Committee of the French Society(More)
The purpose of this guideline is to offer to the nuclear medicine team a framework, which could prove helpful in daily practice. This guideline contains information related to the indications, acquisition, processing and interpretation of direct radioisotope cystography (DRC) in children. The present document is inspired by the desire of the EANM and the(More)
BACKGROUND Positron emission tomography-computed tomography (PET/CT) with (18)F-fluorocholine (FCH) is routinely performed in patients with prostate cancer. In this clinical context, foci of FCH uptake in the head or in the neck were considered as incidentalomas, except for those suggestive of multiple bone metastases. RESULTS In 8 patients the incidental(More)
BACKGROUND Fluorocholine(18F) (FCH) was introduced at the beginning of April 2010 in France, Slovenia and three other EU member states for the localisation of bone metastases of prostate cancer with PET. The aim of the study was to compare the evolution of diagnostic imaging in patients with prostate cancer using a new radiopharmaceutical FCH, observed in(More)
This prospective clinical study aimed at assessing three pulmonary scintigraphic algorithms to detect acute pulmonary embolism (PE): Lung ventilation/perfusion (V/Q) scintigraphy along with modified prospective investigation of pulmonary embolism diagnosis (PIOPED) criteria; lung perfusion scintigraphy along with prospective investigative study of acute(More)
BACKGROUND In current clinical practice lung scintigraphy is mainly used to exclude pulmonary embolism (PE). Modified diagnostic criteria for planar lung scintigraphy are considered, as newer scitigraphic methods, especially single photon emission computed tomography (SPECT) are becoming more popular. PATIENTS AND METHODS Data of 98 outpatients who(More)
The purpose of this guideline is to offer to the nuclear medicine team a framework, which could prove helpful in daily practice. This guideline contains information related to the indications, acquisition, processing and interpretation of Indirect radioisotope cystography (IRC). The present document is inspired by the desire of the EANM and the American(More)
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