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Fig. 2. From: Biodistribution and Radiation Dosimetry of the Hypoxia Marker 18F-HX4 in Monkeys and Humans Determined from Whole-body PET/CT.

Decay-corrected anterior maximum-intensity projections of PET at 17, 82, 120, 156, and 199 min (from left to right) after injection of 18F-HX4 in a female volunteer. There is rapid clearance of activity in kidneys, liver and bladder. Gallbladder activity peaks at 82 min then decreases with time

Mohan Doss, et al. Nucl Med Commun. ;31(12):1016-1024.
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Fig. 4. From: Biodistribution and Radiation Dosimetry of the Hypoxia Marker 18F-HX4 in Monkeys and Humans Determined from Whole-body PET/CT.

Decay-corrected anterior maximum-intensity projections of PET at 3, 13, 40, 77 and 187 min (from left to right) after injection of 18F-HX4 in a rhesus monkey. The liver and kidney activities decrease rapidly with time, and bladder accumulates activity with time (there is no voiding of bladder as the monkey is anesthetized)

Mohan Doss, et al. Nucl Med Commun. ;31(12):1016-1024.
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Fig. 3. From: Biodistribution and Radiation Dosimetry of the Hypoxia Marker 18F-HX4 in Monkeys and Humans Determined from Whole-body PET/CT.

Mean percentage of injected activity and standard deviation (SD) for top 3 organs determined on the basis of 4 18F-HX4 PET emission scans in human volunteers, as a function of time after injection. Rapid clearance of activity is observed in the organs

Mohan Doss, et al. Nucl Med Commun. ;31(12):1016-1024.
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Fig. 5. From: Biodistribution and Radiation Dosimetry of the Hypoxia Marker 18F-HX4 in Monkeys and Humans Determined from Whole-body PET/CT.

Mean percentage of injected activity and standard deviation (SD) for top three organs determined on the basis of three rhesus monkey 18F-HX4 PET emission scans, as a function of time after injection. Liver and kidney activities decrease rapidly with time, and bladder activity increases with time (there is no voiding as monkeys are anesthetized)

Mohan Doss, et al. Nucl Med Commun. ;31(12):1016-1024.

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