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use of isotopes in haematology.

L. G. Lajtha

use of isotopes in haematology.

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Published by Thomas in Springfield, Ill .
Written in English

  • Hematology.,
  • Radioisotopes.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies.

    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 83 p.
    Number of Pages83
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16601161M

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It hardly seems possible that it was only 35 years ago that Hevesy first introduced radioactive isotopes into medical and biological : Lawrence C.

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Radioactive isotopes must be distinguished from non-radioactive isotopes of the same chemical. The radioactive forms are usually referred to as radionuclides or radioisotopes. These terms are interchangeable and in this chapter, the latter term is used.

Methods using radioisotopes have an important place in haematological diagnosis. Radioisotopes used in haematology may be divided into four groups: 1.

those used for in vivo studies, involving the labelling of cells in the blood or bone marrow and the use of labelled plasma albumin; 2.

investigations involving surface counting over organs such as the bone marrow, spleen, liver and heart; 3. in vitro use of radioisotopes in the Cited by: 2. Through the efforts of a number of drug companies, which have taken over standardization and preparation of pharmaceutical grade products from the Oak Ridge materials, many of the isotopes are available now in convenient form for use of a qualified physician, even though he may have relatively limited radioisotope laboratory by: 1.

Generally, however, they are useful because either we can detect their radioactivity or we can use the energy they release. Radioactive isotopes are effective tracers because their radioactivity is easy to detect. A tracer is a substance that can be used to follow the pathway of that substance through some use of isotopes in haematology.

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Lawrence, pioneered their use in a range of disease states and found that radio-isotopes were of enormous value in the diagnosis and treatment of haemopoetic disease, particularly the myeloproliferative by: @article{osti_, title = {Radionuclides in haematology}, author = {Lewis, S.M.

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[Use of radioactive isotopes in clinical hematology]. Najean Y. Principles underlying the use of radioactive isotopes for diagnostic, prognostic, and therapeutic purposes in human biology are briefly discussed, and the possibilities of the employ of isotopic techniques in general illustrated by the results obtained in human : Najean Y.

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