Gold Colloid, Radioactive
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A suspension of radioactive gold particles emitting negative beta particles and gamma irradiation. It was formerly used for liver scans and irradiation treatment of some metastatic malignancies.
|Gold Colloid, Radioactive
- Gold Colloid, Radioactive
- Colloid, Radioactive Gold
- Radioactive Gold Colloid
- Radio-Colloidal Gold
- Gold, Radio-Colloidal
- Radio Colloidal Gold
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[Radionuclide diagnosis of chronic pancreatitis]. Ter Arkh. 1985; 57(2):95-100.
[Diagnostic significance of extrahepatic colloidal 198Au incorporation in liver cirrhosis]. Med Radiol (Mosk). 1978 Aug; 23(8):22-8.
[Multiprojection, sequential and dynamic scanning in liver and biliary tract diseases]. Med Radiol (Mosk). 1978 Jul; 23(7):10-4.