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ORIUCHI NOBORU

オリウチ ノボル | ORIUCHI NOBORU
Affiliation and department:
Research field  (1): Radiation science
Research keywords  (1): Nuclear Medicine
MISC (135):
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Books (5):
  • Malignancy of glioma estimated by PET-18F-FDG, PET-11C-methionine, and SPECT-201Thallium. In: Tabuchi K, ed. Biological aspect of brain tumors.
    Springer-Verlag, Tokyo 1991
  • Radioimmunodetection of Colorectal Cancer Using 99mTc-Labeled Anti-CEA Antibody - Evaluation of Tumor-to-Normal Tissue Ratio on SPECT Images -. In: Matsuzawa T, ed.
    1993
  • Present and future of nuclear nephro-urology. In: Nishimura T, Strauss HW, and Fukuchi M, eds. The Scintillating Future of Nuclear Medicine-Kobe
    Elsevier 2000
  • Targeted Molecular Imaging in Oncology
    Springer-Verlag, New York 2000
  • Artifacts in FDG-PET. Clinical PET Principles and Applications (Kim EE, Lee MC, Inoue T, Wong WH, eds)
    Springer 2004
Lectures and oral presentations  (156):
  • 3DSRT処理ソフトを用いた脳循環予備能の評価
    (第44回日本核医学会)
  • Clinical usefulness of SPECT using Tl-201 and IMP in patient with brain tumor-Comparison with PET study using F-18 FDG.
    (4th Asia and Oceania congress of Nuclear Medicine 1988)
  • A system development and clinical trial for computer aided diagnosis of Tl-201 myocardial SPECT.
    (2nd Annual Congress of the European Association of Nuclear Medicine 1989)
  • 脊髄小脳変性症における99mTc-Ethyl Cysteinate Dimer (ECD) SPECT-PETによるCBFとの比較-
    (第30回日本核医学会総会 1990)
  • Evaluation of Tl-201 brain SPECT in patients with glioma: Relation to histologic grade, prognosis and proliferative activity of tumor cells.
    (Society of North America 77th Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting 1991)
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Education (2):
  • - 1985 Gunma University Faculty of Medicine
  • - 1991 Gunma University Graduate School, Division of Medical Sciences
Work history (1):
  • Gunma University Graduate School of Medicine, Biosystem Medicine Oncology Associate Professor
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