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FMTVDM – FHRWW & BEST ©℗ The First True “Quantitative” Nuclear Imaging Protocols with Proprietary Equations following The Fleming Method (TFM) for Nuclear Scintillation Equipment Quantitative Standardization

Volume 4 - Issue 5

Richard M Fleming*1, Matthew R Fleming2, William C Dooley3, Arif Sheikh4, Andrew McKusick5, Tapan Chaudhuri6

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    • 1FHHI-OmnificImaging-Camelot, USA
    • 2FHHI-OmnificImaging-Camelot, USA
    • 3Oklahoma University School of Medicine, USA
    • 4Temple University Health System, USA
    • 5FHHI-OmnificImaging-Camelot, USA
    • 6Eastern Virginia School of Medicine, Norfolk, USA

    *Corresponding author: Richard M Fleming, 707 E. Grand Avenue, #8 El Segundo, CA 90245, USA

Received: May 16, 2018;   Published: May 25, 2018

DOI: 10.26717/BJSTR.2018.04.001116

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Abstract

The Fleming Method for Tissue and Vascular Differentiation and Metabolism (FMTVDM©℗) using same state single or sequential quantification comparisons [1-15] “True Quantification” of Cardiac Disease using Myocardial Perfusion Imaging following Single Injection of Tc99m Isotope (Sestamibi) and “True Quantification” Measurement of Isotope Redistribution

Keywords: FMTVDM, FHRWW, The B.E.S.T. Protocol, Enhanced MPI, True Quantified MPI, True Quantified Nuclear Cardiac MPI, True Quantified Nuclear Medicine, Sestamibi Redistribution, Myoview Redistribution, The Fleming Method (TFM) for Quantitative Standardization

Abstract| Introduction| Discovery and History of Mo-99| Production and use of Molybdenum-99/Thechnetium- 99m| Dissolution and Mo-99 Recovery| Acid Dissolution and Molybdenum Separations Process| Waste Management| Alternative Sources and Strategies| PALLAS| Conclusion| References|