Nuclear Medicine is a type of diagnostic imaging that uses radioactive isotopes, cameras and computers to view the body. Images are produced through the detection of energy emitted from the radioactive substances given to the patient. Different radioactive isotopes are absorbed differently by various parts of the body allowing doctors to isolate specific organs and bodily functions.  


Nuclear Medicine Procedure Information

Nuclear Medicine Procedure Information

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