Browsing publications by Dr James Lloyd

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Michael Firbank
Dr James Lloyd
Professor David Williams
Dr Robert Barber
Dr Sean Colloby
et al.
An evidence based algorithm for the utility of FDG-PET for diagnosing Alzheimer’s disease according to presence of medial temporal lobe atrophy2016
Claire Bamford
Kirsty Olsen
Dr Christopher Davison
Nicola Barnett
Dr James Lloyd
et al.
Is there a preference for PET or SPECT brain imaging in diagnosing dementia? The views of people with dementia, carers, and healthy controls2016
Dr Michael Firbank
Dr James Lloyd
Professor John O'Brien
The relationship between hallucinations and FDG-PET in dementia with Lewy bodies2016
Dr Michael Firbank
Dr James Lloyd
Professor John O'Brien
CT-based attenuation and scatter correction compared with uniform attenuation correction in brain perfusion SPECT imaging for dementia2015
Dr Jennifer Latimer
Dr James Lloyd
Emeritus Professor Brian Diffey
Professor Mark Birch-Machin
Determination of the action spectrum of UVR-induced mitochondrial DNA damage in human skin cells2015
Professor John O'Brien
Dr Michael Firbank
Dr Christopher Davison
Nicola Barnett
Claire Bamford
et al.
18F-FDG PET and Perfusion SPECT in the Diagnosis of Alzheimer and Lewy Body Dementias2014
Dr Sean Colloby
Dr John-Paul Taylor
Dr Christopher Davison
Dr James Lloyd
Dr Michael Firbank
et al.
Multivariate spatial covariance analysis of 99mTc-exametazime SPECT images in dementia with Lewy bodies and Alzheimer’s disease: utility in differential diagnosis2013
Dr Sophie Weatherhead
Professor Peter Farr
Dr David Jamieson
Dr Jennifer Hallinan
Dr James Lloyd
et al.
Apoptosis of keratinocytes is a key mechanism in UVB-induced clearance of psoriasis2011
Dr Sophie Weatherhead
Professor Peter Farr
Dr David Jamieson
Dr Jennifer Hallinan
Dr James Lloyd
et al.
Keratinocyte Apoptosis in Epidermal Remodeling and Clearance of Psoriasis Induced by UV Radiation2011
Dr Sophie Weatherhead
Professor Peter Farr
Dr James Lloyd
Professor Nick Reynolds
Keratinocyte apoptosis is an important mechanism in the remodelling of psoriatic plaques by ultraviolet B2011
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