Nuclear medicine imaging is a branch of medical imaging that used to check the function and structure of organs and tissues. Nuclear medicine imaging helps to identify disease in its earlier stages.
A small amount of radioactive material is injected, inhaled or swallowed into the body. The radio-tracer travels into the examined area and gives gamma rays. The special camera detects these rays and a computer produces an image of the inside body.
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