A Kurtaran

University of Vienna, Vienna, Vienna, Austria

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    ABSTRACT: Peptide receptor radionuclide therapy (PRRT) has recently been established as an important treatment modality for somatostatin receptor (SSTR)-positive tumors. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the clinical response, side-effects as well as the quality of life following (90)Y-DOTA-lanreotide (DOTALAN) and/or (90)Y-DOTA-Tyr (3)-DPhe(1)-octreotide (DOTATOC) therapy in patients with progressive metastatic disease during a 6-year follow-up period. Following dosimetric evaluation with (111)In-DOTALAN and (111)In-DOTATOC, 13 patients with estimated absorbed tumor doses of >5 Gy/GBq (carcinoid, n = 5; radioiodine-negative thyroid cancer, n = 4; gastrinoma, n = 1; insulinoma, n = 1; glucagonoma, n = 1; glomus jugularis tumor, n = 1) were assigned for PRRT. A dose of 925 MBq of (90)Y-DOTALAN (four patients) or 1.85-3.7 GBq of (90)Y-DOTATOC (10 patients) was administered intravenously and repeated every 4-8 weeks. Tumor dosimetry was performed prior to and under therapy, re-staging every 2-3 months. Pain intensity, Karnofsky score and general symptoms were evaluated in order to determine quality of life. Patients were followed until death. Altogether, 53 infusions of PRRT (1.85-14.1 GBq) were administered. After the first follow-up of 3 months of (90)Y-DOTALAN therapy, stable disease (SD) was observed in one patient and progressive disease (PD) in three patients. With (90)Y-DOTATOC therapy, SD was found in all 10 patients. During the re-evaluation period (4-27 months), one patient had to be shifted from (90)Y-DOTALAN to (90)Y-DOTATOC therapy due to reduced (111)In-DOTALAN uptake after 5.5 GBq. In the first 6 months after PRRT with DOTATOC, SD was found in nine of 10 patients and PD in one patient. Thereafter, SD was observed in two patients and PD in eight patients. Nine of 13 patients after PRRT with either DOTALAN or DOTATOC died. None of the patients had experienced severe acute hematological side-effects. Transient thrombocytopenia or lymphocytopenia was seen in 10 patients after 3.7 GBq, and a skin reaction in one patient. Total accumulated kidney dose ranged between 4 and 64 Gy, with reduced creatinine clearance in two patients. Pain relief was achieved in three of three patients after ~3.7 GBq ERT within 4-6 months. Appetite, weight, Karnofsky score and general well-being had improved in patients with SD during and after therapy. Based on the results of this study conducted on a small group of patients, we conclude that PRRT may offer an alternative treatment option for SSTR-positive tumors, with only mild transient side-effects and a marked improvement in the quality of life.
    World journal of nuclear medicine. 07/2011; 10(2):115-21.
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    B. Schmoll-Hauer, A. Kurtaran
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    ABSTRACT: Value of Nuclear Imaging in the Diagnostic Procedure of Gastroenteropan- creatic Neuroendocrine Tumors. Scintigra- phy with somatostatin receptor analogs has be- come the main imaging technique for somatos- tatin-expressing neuroendocrine tumors (NETs) and is routinely performed for localizing the pri- mary tumor, staging of the disease and monitor- ing the effect of treatment. For this purpose, ra- dio-labelled SPECT and PET radiopharmaceuti-
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    ABSTRACT: Monitoring and repeated staging is of substantial importance in many patients with primary cutaneous T-cell lymphomas (CTCL). For primary cutaneous B-cell lymphomas (CBCL), extensive initial staging is the mainstay for correct diagnosis. To evaluate the value of somatostatin receptor scintigraphy using the radiolabeled somatostatin analog (111)In-pentetreotide in comparison to conventional imaging methods for the staging of patients with primary CTCL and primary CBCL. Twenty-two patients (15 patients with histologically verified CTCL and 7 patients with histologically verified CBCL) were included. Stage of disease was established by physical examination, laboratory screening, skin inspection, palpation of superficial lymph nodes, sonography and computed tomography (CT) in patients with advanced clinical stage. Focally elevated tracer uptake of (111)In-pentetreotide was compared to common imaging modalities, physical aspect and digital photographs of the respective skin lesions. Of the 15 patients with CTCL, only 4 (27%) showed positive scintigraphic results, but not in all sites of lymphomatous involvement. None of the five patients with mycosis fungoides in stage I, nor any of the four patients with Sézary syndrome, had a positive (111)In- pentetreotide scan. Of the seven patients with CBCL three positive scintigraphic results (43%) could be obtained: in two patients with a follicular center lymphoma and one patient with a diffuse large B-cell lymphoma - leg type, but again not in all apparent sites of lymphoma. Based on our results, we do not recommend the use of somatostatin receptor scintigraphy for routine staging of patients with CTCL and CBCL. As our series includes only 22 patients, and the number of patients with rarer variants of CTCL was rather small, it might be too premature to abandon SST-R in the staging of patients with cutaneous lymphomas.
    Journal of the European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology 07/2009; 24(1):13-7. · 2.69 Impact Factor
  • Wolfgang Schima, Amir Kurtaran
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    ABSTRACT: Diagnosis of gastrointestinal stromal tumors (GIST), which are located in the stomach or colon, is a domain of endoscopy. For midgut GIST is contrast-enhanced multidetector-CT the standard imaging technique. With the development of enteroclysis - MDCT better distension of the small bowel can be achieved to find even small tumors in the bowel wall. For staging of GIST is contrast-enhanced MDCT of the abdomen (and chest) recommended, unless PET/CT is widely available. Contrast-enhanced MRI is used for local staging of rectal tumors and as a problem-solving tool in patients with equivocal lesions at CT of the liver. In chemotherapy-responders, metastases may undergo necrosis and liquefaction with shrinkage. Therefore the RECIST criteria have been found to be unreliable to assess tumor response. The modified CT response criteria of Choi et al. have been developed and validated for more accurate assessment of chemotherapy. If available, is FDG-PET/CT the modality of choice for the follow-up of GIST patients at risk of metastases.
    Wiener Medizinische Wochenschrift 02/2009; 159(15-16):408-13.
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    ABSTRACT: As shown recently [1] 10% of all gastrointestinal tumors arising from gastrointestinal neuroendocrine cells diagnosed within 1 year are localized in the pancreas. Therefore pancreatic neuroendocrine (islet cell) tumors (PNET) are rare neoplasms and represent a heterogeneous group of tumors with distinct functional and biological behavior depending on clinical symptoms and tumor size.
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    ABSTRACT: In the past few years, great improvements have been made to achieve local tumour control of primary liver malignancies and liver metastases. For hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC), transarterial chemoembolisation (TACE) and tumour ablation techniques, including percutaneous ethanol injection (PEI), radiofrequency ablation (RF), and laser-induced interstitial thermotherapy (LITT) have been developed. For colorectal liver metastases, surgery is still the standard technique in localised disease, although percutaneous RF ablation has gained considerable acceptance. In patients with widespread disease, chemotherapy with new drugs offers improved survival. Contrast-enhanced computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) are the modalities of choice to evaluate treatment response. The present review demonstrates imaging findings of complete and incomplete tumour control after intervention as well as the imaging spectrum of complications. Imaging guidelines according to the World Health Organization and Response Evaluation Criteria In Solid Tumors (RECIST) for assessment of chemotherapy response are presented.
    Cancer Imaging 02/2007; 7 Spec No A:S28-36. · 1.59 Impact Factor
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    ABSTRACT: To assess the clinical value of computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) image fusion with 11C-acetate (AC) positron emission tomography (PET) imaging for detection and exact location of clinically occult recurrences. Fifty prostate cancer patients with elevated/increasing serum prostate-specific antigen levels after radical therapy underwent whole-body AC PET. Uptake was initially interpreted as normal, abnormal, or equivocal. In case of abnormal or equivocal uptake, additional conventional imaging techniques, such as CT, MRI, and bone scans, were performed. To precisely define the anatomic location of abnormal uptake and to improve characterization of equivocal lesions, a software-assisted image fusion (CT-PET, MRI-PET) was performed and evaluated as site-by-site analysis of 51 abnormal (n = 37) or equivocal (n = 14) sites of all 50 patients. In 17 patients, additional histopathologic evaluation was available. In five (10%), 13 (26%), and 32 (64%) of the 50 patients, AC PET studies demonstrated AC uptake judged as normal, equivocal, and abnormal, respectively. Image fusion changed characterization of equivocal lesions as normal in five (10%) of 51 sites and abnormal in nine (18%) of 51 sites. It precisely defined the anatomic location of abnormal uptake in 37 (73%) of 51 sites. AC PET findings did influence patient management in 14 (28%) of 50 patients. Retrospective fusion of AC PET and CT/MRI is feasible and seems to be essential for final diagnosis. This is particularly true in patients with AC uptake in the prostate region.
    Journal of Clinical Oncology 07/2006; 24(16):2513-9. · 18.04 Impact Factor
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    ABSTRACT: The clinical value of combined XCT/SPECT technology in a single device in patients undergoing (123)I-MIBG scintigraphy was analyzed. 31 patients (19 men, 12 women; mean age 55 years, range: 31-79 years) demonstrating focal accumulation in planar (123)I-MIBG scan were further investigated with a double headed gamma camera with an X-ray tomograph mounted on the same gantry (GE Medical Systems, Millennium VG with Hawkeye, Milwaukee, USA) for anatomical definition of the focal (123)I-MIBG uptake. The patients were referred to (123)I-MIBG scintigraphy because of biochemically (81%) and/or clinically (19%) suspected pheochromocytoma. In 23 out of 31 patients (74%) the fused images demonstrated physiological accumulation (i. e. intestinal, renal) of (123)I-MIBG. In two patients (6%) suspected adrenal MIBG-accumulation was caused by inhomogeneous liver uptake. In two patients (6%) focal abdominal accumulation was correctly localised in the adrenal glands. Furthermore, the differentiation of bone metastasis from a local recurrence for phaeochromocytoma was accurately possible for two patients (6%). Adrenal lesions mimicking liver foci were correctly localised in the remaining two patients (6%). Our study demonstrates the clinical value of XCT/SPECT in a single device in patients demonstrating focal (123)I-MIBG uptake in planar scintigraphy. The combined XCT/SPECT technology provides a higher diagnostic accuracy.
    Nuklearmedizin 11/2004; 43(5):164-70. · 1.67 Impact Factor
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    ABSTRACT: Nuclear medicine plays an important role in the imaging of neuroendocrine tumors (NETs). Somatostatin receptor scintigraphy (SRS) with (111)In-labeled somatostatin receptor analogs is a standard procedure for the detection and staging of NET. Based on the ability of NETs to store biogenic amines, this study evaluated whether 6-(18)F-fluoro-L-DOPA ((18)F-FDOPA) is a suitable PET tracer for NETs. Twenty-three patients with histologically verified NETs in advanced stages were consecutively enrolled in the study. All patients underwent PET with (18)F-FDOPA, CT, and SRS within 6 wk. In patients with discrepancies between nuclear medicine and radiologic methods, follow-up investigations were performed by CT, MRI, and ultrasound. (18)F-FDOPA PET with attenuation correction was done 30 and 90 min after injection from the neck to the upper legs. SRS was performed with (111)In-DOTA-D-Phe(1)-Tyr(3)-octreotide at 6 and 24 h. All images were read without knowledge of the results of the other modalities. In every patient, the following regions were evaluated separately: bones, mediastinum, lungs, liver, pancreas, and others, including the abdominal and supraclavicular lymph nodes, spleen, and soft- tissue lesions. The findings were confirmed by clinical examination. The nuclear medicine methods were compared against morphologic imaging, which was considered as gold standard. The most frequently involved organs or regions were the liver (prevalence, 70%) and bone (52%), followed by mediastinal foci (31%), the lungs (22%), and the pancreas (13%). Fifty-two percent of patients had various lymphatic lesions. (18)F-FDOPA was most accurate in detecting skeletal lesions (sensitivity, 100%; specificity, 91%) but was insufficient in the lung (sensitivity, 20%; specificity, 94%); SRS yielded its best results in the liver (sensitivity, 75%; specificity, 100%); however, it was less accurate than PET in all organs. In about 40%, initial CT failed to detect bone metastases shown by PET that were later on verified by radiologic follow-up. (18)F-FDOPA PET performs better than SRS in visualizing NETs and may even do better than CT for bone lesions. SRS is essential to establish the usefulness of therapy with somatostatin analogs, yet is less accurate than (18)F-FDOPA PET for staging.
    Journal of Nuclear Medicine 08/2004; 45(7):1161-7. · 5.77 Impact Factor
  • Thyroid 03/2004; 14(2):161-2. · 3.54 Impact Factor
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    ABSTRACT: Although parathyroid scintigraphy using (99m) Tc-sestamibi is considered the best preoperative localization method for hyperfunctioning parathyroid tissue it lacks the anatomical details required for successful, minimal invasive surgery of ectopic parathyroid lesions. This study presents the role of combined SPECT/X-ray-CT imaging in a single device for localization of mediastinal parathyroid glands. (99m) Tc-sestamibi SPECT/X-ray-CT was performed by gamma camera-mounted anatomical X-ray tomography (GMAXT; GE Medical systems, Millenium VG with Hawkeye) in four patients with ectopic parathyroid glands (two patients with primary, two with persistent secondary hyperparathyroidism). The device contains an X-ray tube and a set of detectors that rotate around the patient combined with a gamma camera. For comparison with GMAXT addition-ally high resolution computed tomography images of the neck and mediastinum were performed. Correct preoperative localization was achieved. The parathyroid glands were located in the anterior mediastinum. High resolution computed tomography could not provide further details. Three patients were operated by a minimal invasive open and one patient by a transsternal approach because of concomitant aortic valve replacement. (99m)Tc-sestamibi/X-ray-CT fusion imaging in a single device can accurately localise ectopic or supernumerary mediastinal parathyroid tumours in primary and secondary hyperparathyroidism. Morbidity,radiation exposure, time, and costs are reduced by avoiding multiple diagnostic examinations and minimal invasive parathyroid surgery becomes possible.
    Nuklearmedizin 10/2003; 42(5):220-3. · 1.67 Impact Factor
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    ABSTRACT: Somatostatin receptor (SSTR) scintigraphy and gallium-67 citrate ((67)Ga) scintigraphy have been used for visualisation of Hodgkin's lymphoma and non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. However, experience with B-cell lymphoma of the mucosa-associated lymphoid tissue (MALT) type is very limited. The aim of this study was to prospectively compare the (67)Ga scintigraphy results with those obtained by (111)In-DOTA- dPhe(1)-Tyr(3)-octreotide ((111)In-DOTA-TOCT) and (111)In-DOTA-lanreotide ((111)In-DOTA-LAN) scintigraphy in patients with proven MALT-type lymphoma. Comparative scintigraphic examinations using (67)Ga, (111)In-DOTA-TOCT and (111)In-DOTA-LAN were performed in 18 patients (11 female and 7 male, median age 64+/-15 years) with histologically verified MALT-type lymphomas of various origin. Planar and single-photon emission tomography imaging acquisitions were performed after injection of a mean dose of 185+/-26 MBq (67)Ga and 165+/-20 MBq (111)In-DOTA-TOCT or (111)In-DOTA-LAN. All scintigraphic results were correlated with other conventional examinations including gastroscopy, colonoscopy, endosonoscopy, ophthalmologic investigation, CT of the thorax and abdomen and bone marrow biopsy. This comparative study showed that (67)Ga scintigraphy found abnormalities in 10 of 16 patients (63%) and detected 18 of 31 clinically involved sites (58%), but was false positive in three patients. (111)In-DOTA-TOCT found abnormalities in 9 of 15 patients (60%) and detected 15 of 27 clinical lesions (56%); it was false positive in two patients. (111)In-DOTA-LAN scintigraphy showed abnormalities in 7 of 11 patients (64%) and found 12 of 22 clinical lesions (55%). False-positive (111)In-DOTA-LAN scan results were found in two patients. For supra-diaphragmatic lesions, (67)Ga scintigraphy detected 12 of 16 sites (75%). (111)In-DOTA-TOCT scintigraphy revealed 7 of 15 lesions (47%). (111)In-DOTA-LAN showed 6 of 12 positive sites (50%). For infra-diaphragmatic involvement, the sensitivities of (67)Ga, (111)In-DOTA-TOCT and (111)In-DOTA-LAN were 40%, 67% and 60%, respectively. It is concluded that MALT-type lymphoma can be visualised by (67)Ga, (111)In-DOTA-TOCT and (111)In-DOTA-LAN scintigraphy. Although there were no statistically significant differences in patient-related and site-related sensitivities when using (67)Ga compared with (111)In-DOTA-TOCT and (111)In-DOTA-LAN, the sensitivity of (67)Ga tended to be superior to that of (111)In-DOTA-TOCT and (111)In-DOTA-LAN for supra-diaphragmatic lesions but inferior for infra-diaphragmatic involvement. In selected cases, the combination of (67)Ga and (111)In-DOTA-LAN or (111)In-DOTA-TOCT may increase the diagnostic efficiency in patients with MALT-type lymphoma.
    European journal of nuclear medicine and molecular imaging 09/2003; 30(8):1087-95. · 5.11 Impact Factor
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    ABSTRACT: Recent studies have shown that vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) receptor is overexpressed in vascular endothelial cells of various human tumours as well as in human tumour cells. The aim of this study was to evaluate the usefulness of scanning with VEGF(165) labeled with (123)I for tumor localisation in patients with gastrointestinal tumours. Human recombinant VEGF(165) was radiolabelled with (123)I by electrophilic radioiodination using the chloramine T method. [(123)I]VEGF(165) was administered intravenously [mean dose 184 +/- 18 MBq (</=130 pmol; </=5 micro g) per patient] to 18 patients with gastrointestinal tumours. Dynamic acquisition was initiated immediately after administration and carried out until 30 min post-injection. Whole body images were done in anterior and posterior views at various time points. All patients underwent single-photon emission tomography imaging 1.5 h post-injection. Scanning with [(123)I]VEGF(165) was compared with computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging. Intravenous injection of [(123)I]VEGF(165) did not cause any side-effects. Binding of [(123)I]VEGF(165 )to primary tumours and metastases was visible shortly after injection. In patients with pancreatic adenocarcinomas, primary tumours were visualised in seven of nine, lymph node metastases in three of four, liver metastases in three of six and lung metastases in one of three. Cholangiocarcinomas were visualised by imaging in one of two patients. Hepatocellular carcinomas were visible by imaging in two of four patients. [(123)I]VEGF(165) scans were weakly positive in one patient with abdominal schwannoma and in one patient with peritoneal carcinosis. These results indicate that scanning with [(123)I]VEGF(165) can visualise gastrointestinal tumours and metastases expressing receptors for VEGF(165). [(123)I]VEGF(165) receptor scintigraphy may be useful for visualisation of tumour angiogenesis.
    Annals of Oncology 08/2003; 14(8):1274-7. · 7.38 Impact Factor
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    ABSTRACT: Carcinoid tumors are relatively rare neuroendocrine malignancies with an indolent clinical behavior. The majority of cases arise within the gastrointestinal tract, but they may also be encountered in other organs such as the bronchial system. While occurrence of carcinoid tumors has been reported in association with the multiple endocrine neoplasia (MEN) type I syndrome, no clear-cut risk factors have been established for the development of these malignancies. We report the case of a 50-year-old woman who was diagnosed with a pulmonary carcinoid in 2001 after having undergone allogeneic stem cell transplantation for chronic myeloid leukemia (CML) in 1997. This is the first case report of a carcinoid tumor following allogeneic bone marrow transplantation. At the moment, however, an association with CML as well as a causative role of transplantation and intake of immunosuppressants remains speculative. Apart from highlighting the occurrence of a carcinoid in this setting, our case again underscores the importance of nuclear medicine methods, i.e., somatostatin receptor scintigraphy, in staging and follow-up of patients with carcinoid tumors.
    Annals of Hematology 07/2003; 82(6):374-6. · 2.87 Impact Factor
  • Thyroid 06/2003; 13(5):509-10. · 3.54 Impact Factor
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    ABSTRACT: A localized single-gland disease is the basis for minimally invasive parathyroidectomy (MIP) in primary hyperparathyroidism (PHPT). (99m)Tc sestamibi scanning (MIBI) and high-resolution Doppler ultrasonography (US) are well-established techniques used to localize enlarged parathyroid glands. Additionally, US enables physicians to diagnose subclinical thyroid abnormalities. The aim of this study was to optimize localization results, applying a combined interpretation of MIBI and US, and to analyze the influence of these results on the feasibility of MIP (endoscopic/video-assisted and open) in an endemic goiter region. One hundred fifty consecutive patients with sporadic PHPT were prospectively subjected to MIBI and US to localize parathyroid lesions and to review the morphology of the thyroid gland. Bilateral cervical exploration was performed in all patients. The feasibility of MIP was calculated retrospectively on the basis of surgical findings and biochemical outcomes at least 12 months postoperatively (normocalcemia in 148 of 150 patients [99%]). Forty-five percent of patients (67 of 148) would have been suitable for minimally invasive endoscopic or video-assisted parathyroid exploration. These procedures would have succeeded in 38% of patients (56 of 148). Sixty-four percent (94 of 148) would have been suitable for minimally invasive open parathyroidectomy, which would have succeeded in 55% (82 of 148 patients). Not all patients are suitable for MIP. A combined interpretation of MIBI and US results is helpful in planning targeted exploration. In an endemic goiter region minimally invasive open parathyroidectomy is applicable in significantly more patients than is endoscopic and video-assisted MIP.
    Journal of the American College of Surgeons 05/2003; 196(4):541-8. · 4.50 Impact Factor
  • O. Kienast, A. Kurtaran
    Imaging Decisions MRI 04/2003; 7(1):29 - 36.
  • Thyroid 03/2003; 13(2):225. · 3.54 Impact Factor
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    ABSTRACT: Imaging techniques for first line investigation of diseases of the thyroid gland are sonography (US) and scintigraphy, followed in dedicated cases by magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). Malignant lesions are generally hypoechoic on US with calcifications visible in some cases. The appearance of lymph node metastases is similar to that of the primary tumour. The various forms of goiter are the most commonly occurring forms of thyroid diseases in Austria, they appear heterogenous with hyperechoic as well as hypoechoic or anechoic nodes, in some cases with calcification. US findings of thyreoiditis are in acute forms of the disease more hypoechoic with diffuse swelling and hyperechoic with scar formations in chronic forms. Ectopic thyroid tissue occurs often in the form of thyroglossal duct cysts which are anechoic or hypoechoic.
    Wiener klinische Wochenschrift 02/2003; 115 Suppl 2:71-4. · 0.81 Impact Factor
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    ABSTRACT: Diagnosis and therapy of endocrine disorders in nuclear medicine has been improved through the implementation of new techniques especially with positron emission tomography (PET). In modern concepts of parathyroid gland surgery an exact anatomic localisation of adenomas is necessary, which may be achieved with MIBI-Scintigraphy being the most sensitive method in primary hyperparathyroidism. The optimal access to localise adenomas is the investigation with combined SPECT/X-CT systems. The use of such systems for diagnosing neuroendocrine tumors of the gastrointestinal system may also be helpful. For neoplasms of the adrenal gland PET systems could be used to differentiate between benign and malignant entities or to detect primary tumours. In case of incidentalomas J131-Norcholesterol and MIGB-scintigraphy has been proven helpful. Indications for nuclear medicine studies to detect abnormalities of the hypothalamic-hypophyseal system are established rarely.
    Wiener klinische Wochenschrift 02/2003; 115 Suppl 2:2-5. · 0.81 Impact Factor

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Institutions

  • 1994–2011
    • University of Vienna
      • Department of Nuclear Medicine
      Vienna, Vienna, Austria
  • 2009
    • Krankenhaus Göttlicher Heiland
      Wien, Vienna, Austria
  • 2004–2008
    • Medizinische Universität Wien
      • • Universitätsklinik für Radiodiagnostik
      • • Department of Nuclear Medicine
      Vienna, Vienna, Austria
  • 2003–2007
    • Department of Nuclear Medicine
      Nyitra, Nitriansky, Slovakia