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Medical - Zoology / PET
|Spanish term or phrase: radiopharmaco|
|radiofarmaco: 18 FDG|
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APPENDIX 8: VERTICAL INTEGRATION OF THE RADIOISOTOPE INDUSTRY
... out in hospitals but increasingly carried out by regional radiopharmacies owned
and operated by radiopharmaceutical companies. The radioisotope industry is ...
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[DOC] Department of Pharmacy, Kings College, Londo
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Radiopharmaceuticals: 18 fluorodeoxyglucose (FDG, a form of sugar). F-18 FDG
These PET scans (on the left) were obtained with fluorine-18 fluorodeoxyglucose (FDG, a form of sugar). F-18 FDG, the most common PET radiopharmaceutical used in medicine today, was developed by BER scientists in the 1970s.
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