7 different parameters of both length and width were measured in 100 normal and 100 pathologic liver scans; all data were statistically compared. Comparisons between sexes were performed as well. Details are presented about age, sex, diagnosis and biochemical liver function tests in both groups. All but two parameters differed statistically between both normal and pathologic groups; no sex differences were observed. The use of these measurements as objective criteria, in addition to the subjective impression of the experienced physician, are of importance in arriving at more accurate diagnoses.
|Number of pages||9|
|Journal||Nuklearmedizin - NuclearMedicine|
|State||Published - 1974|