Sven-Erik Strand

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Krill do not feed by passive, continuous filtration but use area-intensive searching and various rapid feeding behaviors to exploit local high food concentrations. Chemicals alone at low concentrations, not particles, trigger feeding. Krill form dense schools that move rapidly and migrate primarily horizontally. Abrupt disruption of a school can trigger(More)
BACKGROUND (177)Lu-(DOTA0,Tyr3) octreotate is a new treatment modality for disseminated neuroendocrine tumors. According to a consensus protocol, the calculated maximally tolerated absorbed dose to the kidney should not exceed 27 Gy. In commonly used dosimetry methods, planar imaging is used for determination of the residence time, whereas the kidney mass(More)
INTRODUCTION Radionuclide therapy has distinct similarities to, but also profound differences from external radiotherapy. REVIEW This review discusses techniques and results of previously developed dosimetry methods in thyroid carcinoma, neuro-endocrine tumours, solid tumours and lymphoma. In each case, emphasis is placed on the level of evidence and(More)
A method for measuring attenuation coefficients in single-photon emission tomography (SPECT) is described and evaluated, together with a method for attenuation correction using these measured attenuation coefficients. Build-up, caused by scattered photons, is corrected for by a simple substitution in the algorithms. Transmission studies are performed with(More)
UNLABELLED The purpose of this study was to develop multimodality SPECT/MRI contrast agents for sentinel lymph node (SLN) mapping in vivo. METHODS Nanoparticles with a solid iron oxide core and a polyethylene glycol coating were labeled with (99m)Tc. The labeling efficiency was determined with instant thin-layer chromatography and magnetic separation. The(More)
UNLABELLED This feasibility study demonstrates (90)Y quantitative bremsstrahlung imaging of patients undergoing high-dose myeloablative (90)Y-ibritumomab treatment. METHODS The study includes pretherapy (111)In SPECT/CT and planar whole-body (WB) imaging at 7 d and therapy (90)Y SPECT/CT at 6 d and (90)Y WB imaging at 1 d. Time-activity curves and(More)
A new method for absorbed-dose assessment in radionuclide therapy is presented in this paper. The method is based on activity quantification by the conjugate-view methodology, applied to serial whole-body, anterior-posterior, scintillation-camera scans. The quantification method is an extension of previous studies, and includes separate corrections for(More)
The aim of this study was to develop (68)Ga-SPIONs for use as a single contrast agent for dynamic, quantitative and high resolution PET/MR imaging of Sentinel Lymph Node (SLN). In addition (68)Ga enables Cherenkov light emission which can be used for optical guidance during resection of SLN. SPIONs were labeled with (68)Ga in ammonium acetate buffer, pH(More)
PURPOSE Biokinetic and dosimetry studies in laboratory animals often precede clinical radionuclide therapies in humans. A reliable evaluation of therapeutic efficacy is essential and should be based on accurate dosimetry data from a realistic dosimetry model. The aim of this study was to develop an anatomically realistic dosimetry model for Brown Norway(More)
UNLABELLED The aim of this study was to evaluate the possibility of decreasing the myelotoxicity associated with radioimmunotherapy (RIT) by extracorporeal depletion of radioimmunoconjugates (RIC) from the circulation. The optimal combination of radionuclide and the time interval between injection of the RIC and the subsequent extracorporeal depletion(More)