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1.  Vitamins E and C prevent DNA Double-Strand Breaks in peripheral lymphocytes exposed to radiations from Iodine-131
2.  Impact of the amount of liquid intake on the dose rate of patients treated with radioiodine
3.  Dacroscintigraphy by pediatric dropper technique: A user friendly instillation procedure of radiotracer
4.  Reduction of radiation exposure to patients and professionals by reducing the administered activity of 18F-FDG in a PET/CT study
5.  Comparison of the F+20 and F-15 diuresis TcDTPA renography protocols for diagnosis of ureteropelvic junction obstruction in adult patients with hydronephrosis
1.  Role of PET-CT in a case of suspected Paraneoplastic Inflammatory Polymyositis with Urinary bladder Tumour
2.  Trails on 18F-FDG PET/CT leading to diagnosis of Testicular adrenal rest tumor.
3.  Penile Metastasis from prostate cancer presenting as malignant priapism detected using Ga 68 PSMA PET/CT
4.  Locked-in syndrome and 18F-FDG-PET/CT: observations from a case of basilar artery thrombosis.
1.  Testicular metastasis from recurrent gastroesophageal junction adenocarcinoma: FDG PET/CT findings
2.  Incidental global hypometabolism in the brain of patient with AIDS related dementia seen on 18 F- FDG PET/ CT.
1.  Psuedo-cirrhosis of the liver in setting of metastatic carcinoma breast - an ominous sign to be remembered
2.  Role of PET imaging in Myeloid Sarcoma