TITLE

IV Radionuclide Total-Body Arteriography: A New Noninvasive Whole-Body Screening Procedure -- A Case Report

AUTHOR(S)
Yang, David Chang-Sing
PUB. DATE
January 1988
SOURCE
Angiology;Jan1988 Part 1, Vol. 39 Issue 1, p34
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Recently the authors introduced a new technique of intravenous (IV) radionuclide total-body arteriography. The major arterial system, multiple organs of the whole body, and cardiac function can be evaluated with one small IV injection in the arm. After analyzing more than 1000 cases, they have found that many pathologies can be detected and/or confirmed in this procedure. This new technique may be used as a general whole-body screening test for those patients at high risk for disease.
ACCESSION #
16352803

 

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