Analysis and function definition and content of the second section radionuclide tracer technique in section third and section fourth phosphor screen autoradiography imaging radionuclide tracer kinetics in the first chapter, the first section of nuclear medicine, nuclear medicine general determination section fifth radionuclide imaging technology second chapter, third chapter of nuclear physics nuclear medicine instrument first nuclear medicine radiation measuring instrument second section Ding Zhao camera and single photon emission computed tomography (SPECT) third positron emission computed tomography (PET) fourth radioactive counting Statistical Law Chapter fourth computer application in nuclear medicine section of nuclear medicine computer composed of second segment digital and computer display section third image acquisition and processing the fifth chapter nuclear chemistry the first section and radioactive drugs radiation mechanisms of drug action and drug design in section second, quality control and quality assurance in section third, the correct use of radioactive drugs, adverse reactions and prevention section fourth chemical properties of 99mTC and 99mTc radiopharmaceutical radioactive iodine Fifth Festival, gallium, indium, thallium radiopharmaceutical radioactive drugs section seventh section sixth new advances in Radiopharmaceuticals Effectiveness evaluation of health protection regulations and standard chapter seventh section sixth radioactive medical diagnosis the responsibilities of section fifth of chapter six patients with radiological protection section of biological effects of radiation and nuclear medicine protection principles place section second section third personnel protection in section fourth staff of the first decision matrix second Bayes third field theory value characteristic curve (ROC analysis) the eighth chapter nervous system the first section of brain anatomy and physiology second sections of brain perfusion imaging section third radionuclide interventional test of cerebral perfusion imaging fourth PET cerebral metabolic imaging section fifth brain receptor imaging section sixth blood brain barrier function imaging section seventh cerebrospinal fluid imaging section eighth brain tumor imaging of ninth chapters cycle the system first cardiac anatomy and physiological basis second day gated blood pool imaging (plane and fault) and heart function parameters of third myocardial perfusion imaging (plane and fault) fourth day cardiac receptor imaging section fifth cardiac load test sixth day dear infarct imaging of seventh eighth PET myocardial imaging with radionuclide artery imaging of ninth day festival radionuclide venous imaging of tenth relevant imaging clinical value than Chapter tenth first quarter than the digestive system of anatomical and physiological basis second day gastrointestinal dynamics of third gastrointestinal bleeding imaging section fourth ectopic gastric mucosa imaging section fifth section sixth hepatobiliary imaging of liver tumor nuclear medicine imaging diagnosis of portal venous pressure was measured seventh day eighth festival of digestive system in nuclear medicine imaging methods in the eleventh chapter of non respiratory the first section, mediastinal trachea system and lung anatomy and physiology section second and nuclear medicine is closely related to the main clinical manifestations of the disease, diagnosis, treatment and prognosis of third the disease to other imaging findings of fourth lung function and pulmonary function tests in fifth pulmonary perfusion imaging section sixth pulmonary ventilation imaging section seventh aerosol inhalation scintigraphy the eighth section ciliary motility imaging methods. The twelfth chapter urogenital system first genitourinary anatomy and physiology of second renal dynamic imaging and non imaging method in section third, dual nuclide renal dynamic imaging in renal static imaging section fourth section fifth bladder urine reflux imaging section sixth scrotal imaging thirteenth chapter endocrine system the first section anatomy and physiological basis second section third section a thyroid nuclear medical examination Parathyroid imaging section fourth adrenal imaging chapter fourteenth blood and lymph system first festival red cell marker and application of second bone marrow imaging section third spleen imaging section fourth lymphoscintigraphy chapter fifteenth skeletal system the first section anatomy and physiological basis second day bone scintigraphy outlined in section third bone metastases in fourth primary bone tumors in fifth day metabolic bone disease the sixth section bone trauma seventh prosthesis loosening and infection in eighth day Ninth Festival osteomyelitis avascular necrosis of bone in osteoarthritis in sixteenth chapter tenth section of tumor section second 18F-FDGPET, PET / CT tumor imaging third 201Tl, 99mTc-MIBI tumor imaging fourth 67Ga tumor imaging in Chapter seventeenth, section 67Ga inflammation inflammation imaging section second labeled leukocyte imaging the third section labeled nonspecific IgG imaging of fourth section of antigranulocyte monoclonal antibody imaging (AGAB) in fifth 18F-FDG inflammation imaging of eighteenth chapter in vitro radioassay of non radioactive labeled immunoassay index analysis of fifth day in vitro radiation and clinical significance of the basic technical analysis basic principle and characteristic of the first section second basic types of festival third day in vitro radiation requirements in section fourth Radionuclide 131I in fourth tumor management section third thyroid disease, the nineteen chapter radionuclide therapy section radionuclide therapy principle section second radionuclide therapy for the treatment of proliferative diseases of the blood of the fifth radionuclides deposited on 32P for sixth day post treatment @##@ skin disease "The 2010 national health professional and technical qualification examination guidance: nuclear medicine (the professional application of nuclear medicine intermediate)" according to the specific requirements of the new syllabus in, reference to domestic and foreign authoritative book, the systematic examination of the outline of the knowledge points and subject combination, in order to test students comprehension, memory. The relationship between the content and the test subjects: "basic knowledge": examination including nuclear medicine in general, basic nuclear physics, nuclear medical instrument, computer application in nuclear medicine, nuclear chemistry and radioactive drugs, radiation health protection and medical diagnostic method of performance evaluation. "Professional knowledge": the performance examination of the contents of nervous system diseases, circulatory system, digestive system, respiratory system, reproductive system, endocrine system, blood and lymph system, bone and joint and soft tissue anatomy, physiology and biochemistry of the system, and nuclear medicine is closely related to the clinical manifestations and other imaging. "Professional knowledge": examination content for the nervous system, circulatory system, digestive system, respiratory system, nuclear medicine imaging features of urinary and reproductive system, endocrine system, blood and lymph system, skeletal system, tumor, inflammation, and in vitro radioassay, radionuclide therapy. "The professional practical ability": in the examCapacity for common diseases listed in the syllabus. The examination candidates should have in the clinical skills, thinking mode and have knowledge of comprehensive application ability. This part will use the case analysis topic form of the assessment, along the order question time or space, the progress of the disease, clinical diagnosis and treatment process, focusing on the examinee analysis, judgment and the clinical symptoms of the treatment capacity, but also to understand the situation on evidence-based medicine. Answer candidates to a great extent and clinical practice related to the accumulation of.
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