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Diagnostic nuclear medicine in pediatric oncology-what we should know before scanning?
Archive of Oncology
Cancer is second only to trauma as a cause of death in children, accounting for approximately 10% of all childhood deaths. The application of radioisotopes in the treatment of malignant diseases in children consists of detecting and estimating the degree of tumour spread by application of tumour-specific and non-specific radiopharmaceuticals, as well as the treatment of some malignant diseases. Paramount to any successful nuclear medicine examination is the establishment of acquisitiondoi:10.2298/aoo1204139v fatcat:h4zzb67ts5dqpfbdysufeu5vry