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What Happens Following radioisotope Administration?

Last Updated on Dec 17, 2018
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What Happens Following radioisotope Administration?

You will be instructed when to report back for the test by the radiographer. This may range from a few hours to a day or more. It does not usually take longer than that. Following this, you

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will be asked to lie on a table under the scanner or the camera, that would rotate around the body. There is no reason for panic because the procedure is relatively safe. Moreover, the radiographer would be there to assist you during the procedure.

It is very important for you to remain still during the entire examination to get a good quality picture / image.

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avijit26267

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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