Stanley J Grossman

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After initial radiotherapy for an intracranial malignant glioma, the majority of patients return at a later date with a recurrent, enhancing mass on computed tomography or magnetic resonance imaging. This mass represents either recurrent tumor, radionecrosis, or a combination of the two. The relative proportion of live versus dead tumor cells is difficult(More)
Immunoscintigraphy performed after intravenous administration of indium-111-labeled CYT-103, an immunoconjugate of monoclonal antibody B72.3, was evaluated in patients with suspected primary or recurrent colorectal cancer at 25 centers in the United States. Gamma camera imaging, computed tomography (CT), and confirmatory surgical exploration were completed(More)
The impact of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) on the clinical management of patients with foot inflammation and suspected osteomyelitis was evaluated in 44 patients with 47 foot MRI exams. Twenty-nine patients were diabetic. Bone biopsy or bone culture was obtained in 34 patients, and routine radiographs and bone scan studies were available in most(More)
Thirty normal subjects, aged 22 to 80 years, were studied by radionuclide ventriculography to determine the age dependence of cardiac ventricular diastolic function and to evaluate the association of other factors with ventricular diastolic performance. A strong negative correlation was found between peak diastolic filling rate and age (r = -0.82, p less(More)
The chimpanzee has recently been characterized as a surrogate for oxidative drug metabolism in humans and as a pharmacokinetic model for the selection of drug candidates. In the current study, the glucuronidation of acetaminophen, morphine and oestradiol was evaluated in the chimpanzee to extend the characterization of this important animal model. Following(More)
As part of an open-labeled nonrandomized multi-institutional Phase III study, the authors compared the results of In-111 (In-111) B72.3 glycyl-tyrosyl-n-diethylenetriaminepentaacetic acid lysine (GYK-DTPA) monoclonal antibody scintigraphy with computed tomography (CT), surgery, histopathology, immunohistology, and human antibody response in 23 patients with(More)
A patient's clinical presentation should prompt an imaging evaluation that is cost effective for accurate diagnosis and leads to appropriate treatment of gallbladder inflammatory disease. In the setting of recurrent biliary colic, chronic cholecystitis is the main diagnostic consideration. Imaging hallmarks include gallstones and gallbladder wall thickening(More)