The radiographic appearances of the third ventricle in 26 patients with colloid cysts, have been reviewed.
Paroxysmal or sustained hypertension in a patient with a tumour in the costovertebral region of the thorax should suggest the presence of a phaeochromocytoma.
The physical properties of Tc, Sr and F as bone scanning agents for a scintillation camera fitted with a medium energy diverging collimator, were determined.
The history and physical principles of xeroradiography are given.
This study shows an example of the pronounced uptake of Tc-polyphosphate in the hand joints of a patient with rheumatoid arthritis.
A study has been made comparing the performance of the gamma camera and rectilinear scanner in detecting the presence of a superficial brain lesion.