By Zubair Ahmed BSC, PHD, Roy Bicknell BSC, PHD (auth.), Cliff Murray, Stewart Martin (eds.)
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Regional flow is flow standardized to a unit quantity of tissue and has the units per millilitre blood/ minute/decilitre tissue. In the case of arteriovenous shunting, for which the capillary bed is bypassed, flow may occur without perfusion. 28 Charnley, Donaldson, and Price Fig. 2. 15[O]H2O positron emission tomographic (PET) measurements of blood flow in liver metastases. Computed tomographic (CT; superior) and 15[O]H2O PET (inferior) images of metastases from a neuroendocrine tumor. Note the high blood flow in liver metastases and normal kidneys.
PET imaging is based on positron emission from short-lived radioisotopes produced by a cyclotron. The radiotracer or probe is produced by replacing a molecule of interest with a radio-labelled molecule, and this is subsequently administered to the patient by injection or inhalation. Positrons are emitted by nuclear decay from the tracer and collide with electrons in the tissues in an annihilation reaction. During this process, two 511-keV gamma (γ) rays are produced at 180° to each other. Pairs of scintillation ring detectors transmit a coincident signal when both are stimulated simultaneously by the γ-rays at 180°.
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Angiogenesis Protocols: Second Edition by Zubair Ahmed BSC, PHD, Roy Bicknell BSC, PHD (auth.), Cliff Murray, Stewart Martin (eds.)