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Figure 4

Figure 4. From: Functional Imaging for Prostate Cancer: Therapeutic Implications.

SPECT/CT example of 99mTc-nanocolloid injected to the prostate gland, showing three sentinel lymph nodes (iliac left) identified by this imaging technique. Reprinted with permission.153

Carina Mari Aparici, et al. Semin Nucl Med. ;42(5):328-342.
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Figure 2

Figure 2. From: Functional Imaging for Prostate Cancer: Therapeutic Implications.

11C-choline PET/CT showing focal (A) and multifocal (B) lesion distribution of prostate cancer within the gland (arrows). The scatter plots show the maximum standardized uptake values (SUVmax) for each scan in 36 segments within the gland, which were divided by 6 peripheral and 6 central segments, totaling 36 segments. Reprinted with permission.78

Carina Mari Aparici, et al. Semin Nucl Med. ;42(5):328-342.
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Figure 6

Figure 6. From: Functional Imaging for Prostate Cancer: Therapeutic Implications.

Transverse view of 11C-choline PET/CT showing a single lymph node metastasis of prostate cancer in the right iliac region. The metastatic cancer was confirmed by histopathology after resection. Reprinted with permission under the “Created Commons Attribution License”.200

Carina Mari Aparici, et al. Semin Nucl Med. ;42(5):328-342.
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Figure 7

Figure 7. From: Functional Imaging for Prostate Cancer: Therapeutic Implications.

Maximum-pixel-intensity reprojection images of 18F-FDHT before and after flutamide (androgen receptor antagonist) treatment. Images show anterior (left) and posterior (right) views, and pretherapy (upper row) and posttherapy (lower row) views. Arrows indicate the lymph nodes that had strong 18F-FDHT uptake before flutamide therapy. After the therapy, the 18F-FDHT uptake disappeared in these lymph nodes. Reprinted with permission.147

Carina Mari Aparici, et al. Semin Nucl Med. ;42(5):328-342.
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Figure 5

Figure 5. From: Functional Imaging for Prostate Cancer: Therapeutic Implications.

Transverse view (left) of 111In-capromab pendetide SPECT fused with CT from a patient undergoing ultrasound-guided brachytherapy using Pd-103 seeds. Additional seeds were used during implantation for the regions identified by 111In-capromab pendetide SPECT/CT, showing the feasibility of dose escalation based on the imaging data. The dose distribution map (right) of the brachytherapy shows the isodose map at 9mm superior to the midplane of the seed-implanted volume. Reprinted with permission.176

Carina Mari Aparici, et al. Semin Nucl Med. ;42(5):328-342.
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Figure 3

Figure 3. From: Functional Imaging for Prostate Cancer: Therapeutic Implications.

Pretherapy (left) and posttherapy (right) 99mTc-MDP anterior-posterior bone scans showing geographic distributions of skeletal metastases. The response to the androgen deprivation therapy for the patient with metastatic prostate cancer is depicted by bone scan, and the different geographical locations of bone lesions show different responses to the therapy. Reprinted with permission under the “Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs”.152

Carina Mari Aparici, et al. Semin Nucl Med. ;42(5):328-342.
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Figure 1

Figure 1. From: Functional Imaging for Prostate Cancer: Therapeutic Implications.

1.5 cm × 0.7 cm peripancreatic lymph node uptake of 111In-capromab pendetide visualized by SPECT combined with 16-slice multidetector CT (Precedence, Philips Healthcare) scanner. Transverse images of SPECT alone (left); CT alone (middle); and SPECT/CT fusion (right). Arrows indicate where the 111In-capromab pendetide uptake is in relation to its anatomical location from SPECT, CT, and SPECT/CT images. Reprinted with permission under the “Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial License”.48

Carina Mari Aparici, et al. Semin Nucl Med. ;42(5):328-342.

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