Clinical Nuclear Medicine

Nuclear medicine imaging procedures are non-invasive and, with the exception of intravenous injections, are usually painless medical tests that help physicians diagnose and evaluate medical conditions. These imaging scans use radioactive materials called radiopharmaceuticals or radiotracers. Depending on the type of nuclear medicine exam, the radiotracer is either injected into the body, swallowed or inhaled as a gas and eventually accumulates in the organ or area of the body being examined. Radioactive emissions from the radiotracer are detected by a special camera or imaging device that produces pictures and provides molecular information.

  • Sonography
  • Functional Imaging
  • Image-guided Therapy
  • Multi modal Imaging
  • Optical Imaging
  • Stereotactic Radiation and Radiosurgery

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