NUCS

Currently available for Nucs: MSK module. The GU and Neuro modules for Nucs will be available in the first and second December weeks with the last modules being available in the last December week.

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 Location
Organ: Brain
Neck
Lungs
Heart
Stomach
Bowel
Liver
Gallbladder
Pancreas
Adrenal glands
Spleen
Kidneys
Testis
Skeleton
Soft tissues
 

 Nuclear Medicine Findings
 

 Skeletal System
Tc99m MDP bone scan: Normal activity
Photopenic
Activity on flow phase
Activity on blood pool phase
Activity on delayed phase
Focal
Linear
Solitary
Multiple
Diffuse/Superscan
Soft tissue activity
 Infection Imaging
Ga67 Citrate: Focal activity
Increased renal activity
Decreased hepatic activity
Diffusely increased osseous activity
In111 Tagged WBC: Focal activity
Tc99m Sulfur colloid: Photopenic area
Tc99m HMPAO Tagged WBC: Focal activity
 Pulmonary System
Tc99m DTPA aerosol: Segmental defect
Nonsegmental defect
Tracer clumping
Tc99m MAA: Matched
Mismatched
Segmental defect
Nonsegmental defect
Unilateral perfusion abnormality
 Cardiovascular System
Tc99m Sestamibi Myocardial Perfusion SPECT: Hypoperfusion
Reversible
Fixed
Apex
Anterior wall
Lateral wall
Posterior wall
Septum
Right ventricular wall
Post stress ventricular dilatation
Reduced function
TL201 Stress Redistribution SPECT: Focal activity
Tc99m Tagged RBC Gated (MUGA): Resting hypokinesis
Stress induced hypokinesis
 Central Nervous System
Tc99m ECD: Lack of intracranial blood flow
Focal hyperperfusion
Focal hypoperfusion
Tc99m HMPAO: Decreased perfusion
In111 DTPA Cisternogram: No ventricular activity
Transient ventricular activity
Persistent ventricular activity
 Endocrine System
I123: Solitary
Multiple
Hot nodule
Cold nodule
Diffuse increased activity
Diffuse decreased activity
Tc99m Pertechnetate: Focal activity
In111 Pentetreotide: Focal activity
I123 MIBG: Focal activity
 Gastrointestinal System
Tc99m IDA ("HIDA scan"): Poor gallbladder filling
Poor gallbladder contraction
Rim sign
Delayed biliary-to-bowel transit
Flow increased
Flow normal
Uptake immediate
Uptake delayed
Uptake none
Clearance delayed
Tc99m DTPA oral: Esophageal amotility
Esophageal hypomotility
Esophageal hypermotility
Delayed gastric emptying
Rapid gastric emptying
Tc99m Sulfur colloid oral: Esophageal amotility
Esophageal hypomotility
Esophageal hypermotility
Delayed gastric emptying
Rapid gastric emptying
Tc99m Sulfur colloid IV: Hepatomegaly
Colloid shift
Focal liver defect
Focal liver activity
Liver heterogeneity
Tc99m Tagged RBC: Focal activity
Activity confined to bowel lumen
Activity moves over time
 Genitourinary System
Tc99m Mag3: Delayed time to peak
Cortical retention
Prolonged retention with diuretics
Tc99m DMSA: Focal defect
Diffuse decrease in activity
Tc99m DTPA: Lack of intracranial blood flow
Focal hyperperfusion
Focal hypoperfusion
 Positron Emission Tomography
F18 FDG: Hypometabolic (maxSUV <2)
Mild hypermetabolic (maxSUV 2-4)
Hypermetabolic (maxSUV >4)
Focal
Diffuse
F18 FDG Brain: Hypometabolic
Hypermetabolic
Focal
Regional
Frontal
Temporal
Parietal
Occipital
Rb82: Hypoperfusion
Reversible
Fixed
Apex
Anterior wall
Lateral wall
Posterior wall
Septum
Right ventricular wall
Post stress ventricular dilatation
 

 Radiographic Findings
Appearance: Lytic
Sclerotic
Expansile
Infiltrative
Periosteal reaction
Well marginated
Poorly marginated
Matrix: Chondroid
Bone
Soft tissue
Fluid
Location: Diaphysis
Metaphysis
Epiphysis
Joint space
Soft tissue
Vertebra
Cortical
Medullary
 

 CT Findings
Appearance: Lytic
Sclerotic
Expansile
Infiltrative
Periosteal reaction
Matrix: Chondroid
Calcification
Soft tissue
Fluid
Fat
Other findings: Edema
Lymphadenopathy
 

 MRI Findings
Signal: T1 hyperintense
T1 isointense
T1 hypointense
T2 hyperintense
T2 isointense
T2 hypointense
FLAIR hyperintense
restricted diffusion
STIR hyperintense
Enhancement: no
faint
moderate
intense
homogeneous
heterogeneous
rim
nodular
Other findings: Edema
Lymphadenopathy
 

 Patient Data
Clinic: Asymptomatic
Leukocytosis
Fever
Malaise
Palpitations
Dyspnea
Hemoptysis
Pain
Jaundice
History: Trauma
Known malignancy
Age: years old











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