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  1. FDG differs from normal glucose in the absence of one___
    oxygen
  2. not approved by medicare for PET imaging?
    Primary diagnosis of breast cancer
  3. FDG stands for:
    Fluorodeoxyglucose
  4. FDG gets trapped in the cells as
    • phosphorylated FDG
    • FDG 6 phosphate
  5. A coincidence event joining two opposite PET detectors is called
    line of response
  6. For PET/CT, presence of barium +ve contrast media in the GI tract can cause what type of artifact?
    • streaking in CT
    • and overestimation of fdg uptake in pet
  7. In PET, SUV is a measure of
    measure of quantitative uptake in tumors
  8. A PET/CT scout scan is used for
    calculate bed position and check Pt position
  9. FDG-PET is indicated in all of the following disease conditions
  10. If PET images are acquired in Ictal state, FDG uptake patterns will be
    HOT
  11. Increasing CEA levels are seen in
    colorectal cancer.
  12. What does CMS stand for?
    Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services
  13. CPT codes are developed and maintained by:
    American Medical Association (AMA)
  14. Radiopharmaceuticals are reported for reimbursement using which of the following codes?
    HCPCS
  15. ICD-9 codes are used to report which of the following for reimbursement?
  16. •Diagnosis (Dx) codes
  17. hibernating myocardium?
    reduced perfusion and contraction resulting in chronic LV dysfunction
  18. Antisense imaging targets:
    mRNA
  19. Molecular imaging mainly looks for:
    a target molecule in a specific organ or it’s diseased state

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