Pinar Ozgen Kiratli

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The authors of this work present two patients, diagnosed with lymphoma and prostate cancer, referred to nuclear medicine department for a gallium-67 scan and a bone scan, respectively. The abnormal accumulation of the radioactivity gave rise suspicion for possible other pathologies. Successive computed tomographic imaging revealed that the patients had had(More)
Owing to their minimally invasive nature, efficiency and availability, radionuclide renal diagnostic studies play an important role in assessing renal transplant function. Various quantitative parameters have been derived from the radionuclide renograms in the follow-up to assess changes in perfusion and function of the transplant kidneys. The aim of this(More)
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