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Re: SPECT imaging has its place in psychiatry

Posted by SLS on December 1, 2001, at 9:46:49

In reply to Re: SPECT imaging has its place in psychiatry manowar, posted by Mitch on November 30, 2001, at 23:19:23

> Tim,
> Could you explain a little about the science/technology involved with a SPECT scan? It seems that a controversy has been unearthed here that we don't have all of the facts displayed regarding..physics-chemistry-what is going on, i.e. I remember when I went for my cardiac stress test a few months ago. I saw something in the radiology department that seemed to related to what you are discussing. The stuff I saw (info-pamphlet-publication from GE) appeared to be about radiolabeling dextroamphetamine and injecting it. Then they do a "scan" showing where the brain is using the d-amphetmaine the least or most. Is this accurate?
> Mitch

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