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Nuclear Medicine

Nuclear medicine is a type of imaging that uses radioactive materials (called tracers) to identify and diagnose diseases and abnormalities within the body. The tracers are either injected into the bloodstream, inhaled, or swallowed. A specially designed gamma ray camera is then able to follow the tracers and produce images of specific body parts. This medical subspecialty is able to provide insights that other imaging procedures are unable to produce, and it is usually less expensive and more precise than exploratory surgery.


3 Phase Bone Scan
Bone Scan-Limited Bone Scan
Bone Scan-Whole Body
Gastric Emptying
HIDA Scan Only
HIDA Scan with CCK
I-131 Radioactive Iodine Therapy
I-123 Whole Body Iodine Scan
Parathyroid Scan
Sentinel Node Injections
Thyroid Uptake and Scan

We offer Nuclear Medicine services at these convenient locations

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