International Journal of Nuclear Medicine Research

International Journal of Nuclear Medicine Research provides an authoritative setting for the publication of high quality internationally-relevant research with respect to the field of Nuclear Medicine.

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2017: Special Issue - 188Rhenium, the new Workhorse of Radio Nuclide Therapy: Concepts to Clinical Use

Table of Contents

Articles

188 Rhenium, the New Workhorse of Radio Nuclide Therapy: Concepts to Clinical Use PDF
Richard P. Baum, Thomas W. Barber 1-2
Continued Availability of the Tungsten-188/Rhenium-188 Generator to Enhance Therapeutic Utility of 188Re PDF
F.F. (Russ) Knapp 3-15
Important Clinical Applications of 188Rhenium for Radionuclide Therapy PDF
Ajit Shinto, F.F. (Russ) Knapp 16-38
Rhenium-188 Radiochemistry: Challenges and Prospects PDF
Philip J. Blower 39-53
Personalized Dosimetry for 188Re Radionuclide Therapies Based on Post-Treatment SPECT/CT Scans PDF
Anna Celler, Pedro L. Esquinas 54-66
Nanomaterial Sorbents for the Preparation of 188W/188Re Generator and 188Re Radiopharmaceutical Development PDF
Madhava B. Mallia, Rubel Chakravarty, Ashutosh Dash, Maroor Raghavan Ambikalmajan Pillai 67-78
Transarterial Radionuclide Therapy with 188Re-Labelled Lipiodol PDF
N. Lepareur, E. Garin 79-91
188 Re Zoledronic Acid in the Palliative Treatment of Painful Bone Metastases PDF
Tatiana Kochetova, Valeriy Krylov, Maxim Smolyarchuk, Dmitriy Sokov, Alexander Lunev, Sergey Shiryaev, Olga Kruglova, Tatiana Makeenkova, Karina Petrosyan, Alexandra Dolgova, Marina Poluektova, Vsevolod Galkin, Andrey Kaprin 92-100
Review of Pharmacoeconomic Studies in Radionuclide Therapy of Painful Bone Metastases PDF
Voloznev Lev 101-106
188 Re Tailor Made Skin Patch for the Treatment of Skin Cancers and Keloid: Overview and Technical Considerations PDF
Jaya Shukla, Bhagwant Rai Mittal 107-113
Personalized High-Dose-Rate Brachytherapy with Non-Sealed Rhenium-188 in Non-Melanoma Skin Cancer PDF
Cesidio Cipriani, Benjamin Frisch, Klemens Scheidhauer, Maria Desantis 114-122


ISSN: 2408-9788