Infx & Inflamm.
- Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania
- Science 203
- Infx & Inflamm.
Last Modified: 2011-07-15
-Bound to plasma proteins (transferrin)
-Decays to Zinc
Axial skeleton, liver, spleen, bowel, salivary & lacrimal glands, breast, genetialia
WB, 48hr post inj,
-Myocardial Perf Agent
Thyroid, Lung, Breast Cancer, lymphoma, osteosarcoma
Skeletal muscle, myocardium, liver, spleen, stomach, colon, chorid plexus, orbits, salivary, kidneys, testes
-Uptake depends on Na, K+ pump
2-4 hrs post dose
-Can see breast & thyoid adenoma also
Myocardium, salivarys, thyroid, liver, GB, spleen, bowel, lungs, muscle, kidneys, bladder
15mins post inj & 1-3hrs post inj
For Breast Cancer:
-Inj in opposite arm of breast you are imaging
-Inj. in feet if looking @ both breasts
-Incorporated into leukocytes & taken up by parts to bacteria
Osteomyelitis, Chronic Infx, FUO, Sarcoidoisis
Signs of Sacoidosis: Lambda (chest), Panda (Salivarys)
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