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TypeTitleAuthor(s)YearViews
Molecular ImagingYeung, DWC20139
 
State-of-the-Art Lecture Molecular ImagingYeung, DWC20138
 
Planar scintigraphy in assessment of mandibular asymmetry: Unilateral condylar hyperplasia vs asymmetric mandibular hyperplasiaLo, J; Yau, YY; Yeung, DWC; Cheung, LK201242
 
The role of SPECT bone scan in unilateral condylar hyperplasia: Is it measuring the condylar size?Lo, J; Yeung, DWC; Yau, YY; Cheung, LK201237
 
The role of SPECT bone scan in unilateral condylar hyperplasia: is it measuring the condyle size?Lo, J; Yeung, DWC; Yau, YY; Cheung, LK201280
 
Prognostic impact of standardized uptake value of F-18 FDG PET/CT in nasopharyngeal carcinomaChan, WKS; Kwong, DLW; Yeung, DWC; Huang, B; Khong, PL2011297
 
Nasopharyngeal carcinoma: Relationship between 18F-FDG PET-CT maximum standardized uptake value, metabolic tumour volume and total lesion glycolysis and TNM classificationChan, WKS; Mak, HKF; Huang, B; Yeung, DWC; Kwong, DLW; Khong, PL2010760
 
Predictive value of 18F-FDG PET-CT in primary breast cancer patients receiving neoadjvuant chemotherapyTsang, JWH; Yeung, DWC; Chan, ACY; Wong, HN; Leung, LWS; Lo, CSY; Fung, LHK; Epstein, R; Kwong, A2009124
 
Pilot study of positron emission tomography (PET) brain glucose metabolism to assess the efficacy of tongue and body acupuncture in cerebral palsyWong, VCN; Sun, JG; Yeung, DWC200679
 
Pilot study of efficacy of tongue and body acupuncture in children with visual impairmentWong, VCN; Sun, JG; Yeung, DWC200682
 
Evaluation of possible recurrence or residual disease in paediatric malignant tumours by positron emission tomography (PET)Chan, GCF; Lan, L; Chan, KL; Ha, SY; Khong, PL; Yeung, DWC; Lau, YL; Tam, PKH200283
 
Evaluation of possible recurrence for residual disease in paediatric malignant tumours by positron emission tomography (PET)Chan, GCF; Khong, PL; Yeung, DWC; Lan, L; Chan, KL; Ha, SY; Lau, YL; Tam, PKH200271
 
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