Thus, sentinel lymph nodes can be detected by the injection of blue dye or radioactive colloid around the tumor, which travels to and identifies the first draining sentinel lymph node.
This assumption is generally verified in colloid science and has been precisely verified for our material only at low concentration of monovalent salt.
They attributed their low colloid carcinoma detection rate to the absence of sufficient guidelines for the identification of colloid carcinoma at the time of their study.
Cell blocks revealed sheets or clusters of follicular cells and variably sized follicles filled with colloid .
Radiolabeled colloid injected into the peritoneal cavity can be used to demonstrate the communication between the peritoneal and pleural space.
The first cancer had been diagnosed as colloid carcinoma in 1985.
The addition of neutral polymers to colloid solutions results in a nonspecific attractive potential between colloids, called the depletion attraction, dependent upon polymer size and concentration.
Several previous reports have dealt with the experimental and theoretical aspects of depletion aggregation, often termed depletion flocculation, as applied to the general field of colloid chemistry.
These techniques offer advantages similar to those of haemodilution but do not require infusions of crystalloid or colloid to preserve blood volume.
The most common radiotracers used in GI bleeding studies are 99m-Tc labeled red blood cells and 99m-Tc sulfur colloid .