Teisuke Hashimoto

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Neutral phospholipid vesicles (VesCan), which had been prepared for clinical use, were loaded with 37 MBq indium-111 and administered to seven patients with malignant tumours. The median lipid dose was 2.0 mg/kg. Sequential images showed rapid blood clearance at the early stage, with homogeneous uptake of 111In-labelled VesCan (111In-labelled V-liposomes)(More)
The Japanese Society of Nuclear Medicine has recently published the consensus guidelines for pediatric nuclear medicine. This article is the English version of the guidelines. Part 1 proposes the dose optimization in pediatric nuclear medicine studies. Part 2 comprehensively discusses imaging techniques for the appropriate conduct of pediatric nuclear(More)
BACKGROUND Portosystemic shunt is one of the main causes of persistent hypergalactosemia without enzyme deficiency, but the diagnostic imaging strategy has not yet been established. The purpose of the present study was to establish a diagnostic imaging strategy. METHODS A retrospective investigation of the clinical and imaging findings of 10 children with(More)
13-cis-retinoic acid (13-cis-RA) treatment is used as a second-line treatment for residual or recurrent neuroblastoma. However, determining the duration of 13-cis-RA treatment for residual and recurrent neuroblastoma can be a problem because it is difficult to evaluate the effectiveness of the treatment.We performed 13-cis-RA treatment to remove residual(More)
Under the auspices of the Japanese Society of Pediatric Nuclear Medicine, an annual aggregate from a 5-year period, 2007 to 2011, of a survey questionnaire of pediatric nuclear medicine examinations performed at 14 institutes in the Kanto region was conducted. The subjects were pediatric patients 15 years old or younger. The survey questions included the(More)
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