Andrew Klonecke, MD
Dr. Andrew Klonecke is a radiology specialist working in Sacramento, California. He has an extensive medical experience of 40 years. Dr. Andrew Klonecke graduated from the Creighton University School of Medicine. He continued with two residency programs, one at the University of Minnesota at Fairview and the other one at Stanford University. Dr. Klonecke is certified in two clinical areas: family medicine and nuclear medicine. He has received various distinctions for his activity, including the Meaningful Use Stage 1 Certification and the Super Doctor award. Dr. Klonecke contributed several publications to the research area. In his studies, he discussed subjects like diffuse pulmonary uptake of indium – 111, intraoperative bone scintigraphy techniques, bone scans, and prostate-specific antigen levels. He is affiliated with Kaiser Permanente Sacramento Medical Center.
University of Minnesota at Fairview
American Board of Nuclear Medicine
American Board of Radiology
Non-infectious cause of intense diffuse pulmonary uptake of indium-111 oxine labelled white blood cells.
Klonecke, A. S.; Nucl Med Commun. 1990 Aug.See more >>
A technique for intraoperative bone scintigraphy. A report of 17 cases.
Klonecke, A. S., Licho, R., McDougall, I. R.; Clin Nucl Med. 1991 Jul.See more >>
Utilization of bone scans in conjunction with prostate-specific antigen levels in the surveillance for recurrence of adenocarcinoma after radical prostatectomy.
Terris, M. K., Klonecke, A. S., McDougall, I. R., Stamey, T. A.; J Nucl Med. 1991 Sep.See more >>