Fluorodeoxyglucosum

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Fluorodeoxyglucosum
FDG
FDG
Cognitores
ChemSpider 396785
PubChem 11469444
Natura chemica
Formula summarum C
6
H
11
18FO
5
Massa molaris 181.1495 g/mol

Fluorodeoxyglucosum vel FDG est monosaccharidum cum atomo fluori apposito. In uso medico radionuclido 18FF instabili fluorodeoxyglucosum [18F] vel [18F]FDG addi solet.

Adhibetur [18F]FDG in iconismo medico: Cum et cerebri et textus adiposi fusci et renium et cancrorum[1] cellulae avide incorporant, denique glycolysis reactione primo phosphorylatio et FDG refluxum ex cellulis in sanguinem prohibet, secunda sane reactio glycolysis inopiae gregis 2-hydroxyli (-OH) causa obsaepitur, aggregatio FDG facilis fit, quae ope positronibus emissis tomographia (PET) patefieri potest.

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Almuhaideb A., Papathanasiou N., Bomanji J. (2011). "18F-FDG PET/CT imaging in oncology". Annals of Saudi medicine 31 (1): 3-13 

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