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Date:11/15/2010

Bone Scan 16

Brain Scan 16

Gallbladder Scan 16

Kidney Scan 17

Liver Scan 17

Lung Scan 17

Thyroid Scan 17

Scrotal Scan 18

Applications 18

Cardiac Applications 18

Neurologic Applications 18

Oncologic Applications 19

Orthopedic Applications 19

Pulmonary Applications 19

Renal Applications 19

Other Applications 19

Estimated Time Allocations for Nuclear Medicine Procedures 20

Radioisotopes: Essential for Nuclear Medicine Procedure 20

Radioisotopes Used in Medicine 21

Clinical Applications of Select Isotopes 23

Radionuclides in Nuclear Medicine Procedures 24

Positron-Emitting Radionuclides in PET Procedures 24

4. NUCLEAR MEDICINE IMAGING EQUIPMENT 25

Gamma Cameras 25

Positron Emission Tomography (PET) Scanners 25

Factors Influencing Growth of PET Scanners 26

PET & Other Imaging Modalities 26

Table 5: Comparison of PET and Conventional Imaging

Techniques (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) 27

Brain Imaging 28

Alzheimer's Disease 28

Brain Trauma 28

Epilepsy 28

Heart Imaging 28

Mobile PET 29

Parkinson's Disease 29

PET & Cancer 29

PET-CT: An Advancement in Cancer Diagnosis & Treatment 29

5. RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT 30

Philips and University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf

Develop MRI/PET Imaging Tool 30

Indian Scientists Develop Low-Cost Nuclear Medicine Kit 30

6. PRODUCT INNOVATIONS/INTRODUCTIONS 31

Philips Electronics Introduces GEMINI LXL - A PET/CT Scanner 31

GE Healthcare Unveils PETtrace 880 - A High Capacity Cyclotron 31

Royal Philips Launches BrightView X - A Mid-level SPECT Camera 31

Philips Unveils GEMINI TF PET/CT for Oncology Applications 32

Siemens Introduces c.cam SPECT System 32

Dilon Technologies Unveils New Colli
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