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  • Radioguided surgery: physical principles and an update on technological developments. [Review]
    Biomed Tech (Berl) 2019Pashazadeh A, Friebe M
  • Radioguided surgery (RGS) is the use of radiation detection probes and handheld gamma cameras in surgery rooms to identify radioactively labeled lesions inside the body with an aim to improve surgical outcome. In today's surgery, application of these devices is a well-established practice, which provides surgeons with real-time information to guide them to the site of a lesion. In recent years, t…
  • Recent advances in nuclear and hybrid detection modalities for image-guided surgery. [Review]
    Expert Rev Med Devices 2019; 16(8):711-734Van Oosterom MN, Rietbergen DDD, … Van Leeuwen FWB
  • Introduction: Radioguided surgery is an ever-evolving part of nuclear medicine. In fact, this nuclear medicine sub-discipline actively bridges non-invasive molecular imaging with surgical care. Next to relying on the availability of radio- and bimodal-tracers, the success of radioguided surgery is for a large part dependent on the imaging modalities and imaging concepts available for the surgical…
  • PSMA-Targeted Radiopharmaceuticals for Imaging and Therapy. [Review]
    Semin Nucl Med 2019; 49(4):302-312Wester HJ, Schottelius M
  • As described in more detail in other contributions in this issue of Seminars in Nuclear Medicine, prostate-specific membrane antigen (PSMA) has become one of the most promising molecular targets in nuclear medicine. Due to its overexpression on prostate cancer cells in proportion to the stage and grade of tumour progression, especially in androgen-independent, advanced and metastatic disease, var…
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