A photographic method of determining the distribution of radioactive material in vivo.


During World War II, Prof. Jan Waldenström visited the United States and Prof. Robley D. Evans and received an introduction to tracer techniques. Later his colleague Bengt Skanse was sent to Boston and started research with radioactive iodine. His thesis, “Radioactive iodine in the diagnosis of thyroid disease”, was published 1949. Bengt Skanse is the… (More)

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