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Dose Ga for inflammation
4-6mCi
Dose Indium-Oxine for inflammation
500uCi
Dose HMPAO for inflammation
20mCi
Dose Ga for tumors
8-10mCi
Dose Tl for tumors
2-5mCi
Dose Sestamibi for tumors
20-30mCi
Dose somatostatin receptor for tumors
Indium & Tc
In- 5mCi
Tc-20mCi
2nd leading cause of death
Tumors
Tumors require a ____ ____
blood supply
5 types of treatment for tumors
Chemo, rad therapy, hyperemia, immunotherapy, surgery
Drugs to treat tumor
Chemotherapy
Radiation to treat tumor
Radiation therapy
High heat to treat tumor
Hyperemia
Increase the bodys natural defenses to treat tumors
Immunotherapy
Physically removing a tumor
Sugery
2 types of lymphomas
Hodgkins and Non-Hodgkins (NHL)
#3 types of microbes that cause infection
virus, fungus, bacteria
What can antibiotics treat?
bacteria only
A collection of phagocytes (WBC) and dead microbes is called
Pus or abcess
Name the tumors most common in men and women
Men-prostate
Women-breast
2 causes of tumors
Environmental
Genetic
Normal accumulation of Ga-citrate for inflammation
1st 24h- liver, soft tissue, bowel, kidney, spleen, salivary glands
After 24hr- is abnormal
MoAbs normal accumulation
Liver, spleen, Bone marrow
In-Oxine normal accumultion
Liver, spleen, bone marrow, lungs
Is accumulation of In-oxine in the GI tract or kindeys normal?
No
Normal accumulation of Tc-HMPAO
GI tract, kidneys, bone marrow
4 symptoms of inflammation
Redness, pain, swelling, heat
Infection has the same symptoms as inflammation with the addition of ___?
Fever
Tumor affinity in Ga-Citrate
Lymphomas
Tumor affinity in Tl-Chloride
myocardium/muscle
Tumor affinity in Sestamibi
parathyroid
breast
Tumor affinity in Somatostatin receptors
Neuroendocrine tumores
Tumor affinity in monoclonal antibodies (MoAbs)
Prostascint-prostate
Oncoscint-ovarian/colon
Arcitumomab (CEA)- colorectal
Galium citrate binds to what blood protein?
Transferrin
Normal accumulation for tumors with Ga-citrate
bone marrow, nasopharynx, liver, bowel
Normal accumulation for tumors with Tl-Chloride
muscle, myocardium, liver, spleen, kidney, colon
Normal accumulation for tumors with Tc-Sestamibi
diffuse breast (focal abnormal), myocardium, thyroid, salivary glands, liver, gall bladder
Normal accumulation for tumors with Octreoscan
kidneys, spleen, pancreas, some colon depending on prep
Tumor imaging times for Ga
48,72,96h
Tumor imaging times for Tl
2-4h
Tumor imaging times for Sestamibi
10-20min Obl/Lats
2h delays
Tumor imaging times for somatostain receptors (octreoscan)
4 & 24h planar
24h SPECT
Tumor imaging times for MoAbs
4 & 24h
Infection imaging times for Indium & Galium
6,24,48h
Infection imaging times Tc
30min, 4 & 24h