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Old January 24th, 2005, 11:48
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LVEF and Ventricular Volumes Obtained with QGS SPECT: Tl-201 vs Tc-99m

[J Nucl Cardiol 2000;7:661-8] This study found that there is an excellent correlation between left ventricular volumes obtained by Tl-201 or Tc-99m sestamibi SPECT imaging using the QGS program. Of note, the researchers compared post-stress Tc-99m volumes to rest Tl-201 volumes.

Normal limits for left ventricular ejection fraction and volumes estimated with gated myocardial perfusion imaging in patients with normal exercise test results: Influence of tracer, gender, and acquisition camera

Ala'eldin A. Ababneh, MD [MEDLINE LOOKUP]
Robert R. Sciacca, EngScD [MEDLINE LOOKUP]
Bette Kim, MD [MEDLINE LOOKUP]
Steven R. Bergmann, MD, PhD [MEDLINE LOOKUP]

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