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    • Amyloid imaging with carbon 11-labeled Pittsburgh compound B for traumatic brain injury. 

      Hong, Young Tea; Veenith, Tonny; Dewar, Deborah; Outtrim, Joanne Gaye; Mani, Vaithianadan; Williams, Claire; Pimlott, Sally et al. (2014-01)
      OBJECTIVES: To image amyloid deposition in patients with traumatic brain injury (TBI) using carbon 11-labeled Pittsburgh Compound B ([11C]PiB) positron emission tomography (PET) and to validate these findings using ...
    • An unusual complication following radiological percutaneous gastrostomy 

      Veenith, Tonny; Bhagwat, Manasi; Bailey, Andrew (2008-08-12)
      Abstract Introduction Intestinal malrotation is a condition, which is predominantly recognised in childhood. Because of the relative rarity, there is a possibility that it can be missed in the routine clinical care of ...
    • Anaesthesia for magnetic resonance imaging and positron emission tomography. 

      Veenith, Tonny; Coles, Jonathan Peter (2011-08)
      PURPOSE OF REVIEW: This article reviews the important aspects of managing patients undergoing anaesthesia and monitoring for MRI and PET. RECENT FINDINGS: The use of MRI and PET is expanding and an increasing number of ...
    • Is It Time to Beta Block the Septic Patient? 

      Pemberton, Philip; Veenith, Tonny; Snelson, Catherine; Whitehouse, Tony (2015-10-18)
      Beta blockers are some of the most studied drugs in the pharmacopoeia. They are already widely used in medicine for treating hypertension, chronic heart failure, tachyarrhythmias, and tremor. Whilst their use in the immediate ...
    • Molecular mechanisms of traumatic brain injury; the missing link in management 

      Veenith, Tonny; Goon, Serena H.; Burnstein, Rowan M. (2009-02-02)
      Abstract Head injury is common, sometimes requires intensive care unit admission, and is associated with significant mortality and morbidity. A gap still remains in the understanding of the molecular mechanism of this ...
    • Perioperative care of a patient with stroke 

      Veenith, Tonny; Din, Asmat H.; Eaton, Danielle M. J.; Burnstein, Rowan M. (2010-11-20)
      Abstract Strokes and TIAs, with their high cumulative mortality and morbidity rates, are occurring with increasing frequency in western population 1 4 . As such, it is vital for clinicians to provide optimal medical ...