|Statement||edited by Masamichi Tomonaga, Akira Tanaka, Howard Yonas.|
|Contributions||Tomonaga, Masamichi., Tanaka, Akira, 1941-, Yonas, Howard., International Conference on Xe/cT CBF (2nd : 1992 : Fukuoka-shi, Japan)|
|LC Classifications||RC388.5 .Q36 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 354 p. :|
|Number of Pages||354|
|LC Control Number||94042191|
Quantitative Cerebral Blood Flow Measurements Using Stable Xenon/CT: Clinical Applications. Book ; Overview ; Overview. This work provides a comprehensive review of the stable xenon/computed tomography cerebral blood flow method. It presents an overview of how xenon/CT information is now being clinically utilized in over sites around the world to guide clinical decision making. Book review | Vol ISSUE 3, P, Octo PDF [ KB] Download PDF [ KB] Save. Add To Online Library Powered By Mendeley; Add To My Reading List; Export Citation;Cited by: 6. the corrected HM-PAO and xenon data was obtained when using a conversion/clearance ratio of and when Hexamethylpropyleneamine oxime chelated with technetiumm, i.e., [99ffiTc]-d,I-HM-PAO, has been introduced as a tracer of cerebral blood flow .
Read Quantitative Cerebral Blood Flow Measurements Using Stable Xenon/CT: Clinical Applications. Quantitative cerebral blood flow using xenon-enhanced CT after decompressive craniectomy in traumatic brain injury. Aditya Vedantam MD 1, Claudia S. Robertson MD 1 and Shankar P. Gopinath MD 1 View More View Less. 1 Department of Neurosurgery, Cited by: 3. Xenon-enhanced computed tomography (Xe/ CT) cerebral blood flow (CBF) is a method initially developed in the late s, which is based on the properties of xenon gas as a contrast agent and on the principle that the rate of uptake and clearance of xenon is proportional to blood flow in brain Cited by: Yonas H, Gur D, Claassen D, Wolfson SK, Moossy J. Stable xenon-enhanced CT measurement of cerebral blood flow in reversible focal ischemia in baboons. J Neurosurg ;– PubMed CrossRef Google ScholarAuthor: Howard Yonas.
Cerebral perfusion can be measured by using sev-eral methods, such as positron emission tomography (PET) (7–9), single photon emission CT (SPECT) (10), xenon-enhanced CT (11), and MR imaging (12– 14). Among these techniques, PET and SPECT have been used to measure cerebral perfusion in vivo for more than a decade, and PET is accepted as theCited by: The main advantage of stable xenon-CT cerebral blood flow (CBF) is that it noninvasively provides rapid access to high-resolution, quantitative local Cited by: Buy Quantitative Cerebral Blood Flow Measurements Using Stable Xenon/CT: Clinical Applications by M. Tomonaga, A. Tanaka, H. Yonas (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Download Citation | The Use of Xenon/CT Cerebral Blood Flow Studies in Acute Stroke | Whether ischemic stroke is due to an embolus from the heart or to closure of a perforating vessel due to.