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Radioisotope Scan

Last Updated on Dec 17, 2018
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Introduction of Nuclear Medicine

Nuclear medicine refers to the constantly evolving medical specialty that involves the use of radioactive isotopes in the diagnosis and treatment of disease. Nuclear Medicine sits at the heart of many medical specialties and it is a valuable addition to the medical  armamentarium.

The unique ability of this from of imaging to help visualize virtually any internal organ of the body continues to improve our existing knowledge about  the functioning of the human body reflecting disease conditions, thereby providing important clues regarding treatment as well.

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My son's left testis is missing,age 13 plus,mri usg notable to locate, will it be possible to locate the same testtis if it is there or not by which test? will the radio isotope test be fruitful? if yes, is there any harm or which test will you suggest and if it is available in kolkata address plz. wt is phelbography test and in kolkata where this facility available?

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