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Use of radioactive iodinated human serum albumin as tracer agent in study of cerebral disorders



Use of radioactive iodinated human serum albumin as tracer agent in study of cerebral disorders



Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine. Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine 81(1): 33-36



With a 200 uc dose of RIHSA, wide individual variations in uptake at each position were observed. The patterns and the levels of uptake in normal individuals were similar to the patterns and levels of uptake observed in patients with general paresis. The percentage differences in uptake at symmetrical positions in normal individuals and in patients with general paresis were similar. This percentage difference rarely exceeded 10%. In contrast with this, patients with cerebral neoplasms, who showed an increased uptake at the site of the tumor, showed differences in uptake from 12-50%.

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DOI: 10.3181/00379727-81-19770


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