Review of Nuclear Medicine Technology, 5th edition
Norman Bolus, MSPH, MPH, CNMT, FSNMMI-TS
Krystle W. Glasgow, MIS, CNMT, NMTCB(CT), NMAA
13-digit ISBN: 978-0932004-95-6
This detailed overview of nuclear medicine technology covers patient care, instrumentation, radiopharmaceuticals, federal regulations, imaging of ten systems within the body, and radionuclide therapy—complemented by hundreds of self-evaluation questions and answers mirroring the structure of national certification examinations.
Fifth edition highlights include updated information on:
- Radiopharmaceuticals, regulations and procedures
- Revamped chapters on CT and PET instrumentation
- New primers on radiation physics, advanced nuclear cardiology, MR and PET/MR
- General counting statistics and the advanced PET specialty exam
- Introductions to pharmacology, health informatics and research methods
Plus, expanded practice exams with additional answer possibilities let you assess what you've learned!
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MIRD Primer 2022
Absorbed dose and related quantities are the key predictors of the beneficial (therapeutic) effects of radiation and of the risk and/or severity of its adverse effects. The estimation of such dosimetric parameters is challenging, however, particularly for radiopharmaceuticals. Richly illustrated and thoroughly referenced, the MIRD Primer 2022 is a comprehensive, state-of-the-art guide to radiopharmaceutical dosimetry that reflects the dramatic evolution of the field of nuclear medicine, including molecular imaging and, increasingly, radiopharmaceutical therapy.
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MIRD Monograph: Radiobiology and Dosimetry for Radiopharmaceutical Therapy with Alpha-Particle Emitters
George Sgouros, PhD
The potential of alpha-particle emitters to treat cancer has been recognized since the early 1900s. The success and recent FDA approval of an alpha-emitterbased radiopharmaceutical for prostate cancer patients has led to renewed interest in the use of alpha-particle emitters in humans for targeted therapy. Because of the nature of alpha-particle radiation, this new treatment modality is fundamentally different from existing therapies. This monograph reviews pioneering and current studies related to targeted alpha-particle-emitter therapy and provides guidance and recommendations for human dosimetry.
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Procedure Standards Binder
This manual-newly updated and in binder format-includes all current, standardized procedure standards for nuclear medicine procedures.
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MIRD Cellular S Values
Roger W. Howell, PhD, Dandamudi V. Rao, PhD, Lionel G. Bouchet, PhD, Wesley E. Bolch, PhD, S. Murty Goddu
Roger W. Howell, PhD, Dandamudi V. Rao, PhD, Lionel G. bouchet, PhD, Wesley E. Bolch, PhD., S. Murty Goddu
Provides tools necessary to estimate the absorbed dose at the cellular level from intracellularly localized radionuclides using cellular S values for emitters of monoenergetic electrons and alpha particles and almost all radionuclides.
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MIRD Head and Brain Dosimetry
Lionel G. Bouchet, Wesley E. Bolch, Barry W. Wessels, David Weber
Lionel G. Bouchet, PhD, Wesley E. Bolch, PhD, Barry W. Wessels, PhD, David Weber
Addresses available neuroimaging applications in nuclear medicine internal dosimetry for both children and adults. Contains comprehensive tables of absorbed fractions and S values for all models and radiopharmaceuticals, along with steps for verifying calculations and tabulations.
IntroductionDescription of the Pediatric Head and Brain ModelsThe Shape of the HeadThe Skin of the HeadThe Skeletal RegionsThe Regions of the SpineThe Soft Tissue Regions (Excluding Brain)The Brain and its SubregionsDosimeric DataRadiation Transport SimulationAbsorbed Fractions of EnergyRadionuclide S valuesConclusionsReferences
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The MIRD Perspective 1999
The Journal of Nuclear Medicine, 40:1 (January 1999)
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Society of Nuclear Medicine 1954-2004 50 Years of Excellence
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Molecular Imaging of Cancer: From Molecules to Humans
The Journal of Nuclear Medicine, 49:2 (August 2006)
Guest Editor: Sanjiv S. Gambhir, MD, PhD
This supplement includes reviews of the major areas in which molecular imaging of cancer management was making progress in 2006. Although many other areas could also easily be a part of this supplement, the areas reviewed were chosen to familiarize the reader with the state of the art of the predominant strategies for using molecular imaging in the management of cancer. A multimodality perspective is used, in which both radionuclide-based methods with SPECT and PET and nonradionuclide-based methods including MRI, MR spectroscopy, optical imaging, and ultrasound imaging are discussed for each major area.
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Multimodality Molecular Imaging of the Cardiovascular..05/10
Multimodality Molecular Imaging of the Cardiovascular System, a supplement to the top-rated Journal of Nuclear Medicine, presents the state of the art of cardiovascular molecular imaging and provides discussion of the opportunities and challenges in advancing cardiovascular molecular imaging to clinical practice.
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