Nuclear medicine examinations provide unique information including details on the function and anatomy of body structures that is often unattainable using other imaging procedures nuclear medicine scans provide the most useful diagnostic or treatment information for many diseases. This course offers a basic introduction into the principles and practice of nuclear medicine the course aims at professionals in the field of diagnostic imaging and radiation therapy who have little or no knowledge about the discipline of nuclear medicine. A description of nuclear medicine procedures what takes place during a nuclear medicine imaging procedure and what some common ones are provided by the centers for disease control and prevention. Nuclear medicine procedure how to prepare safety procedure and preparation for a nuclear medicine exam the patient is given a small amount of radioisotope either orally or by injection to enhance the visualization of selected organs or vascular structures. Nuclear medicine is a subspecialty of radiology which involves the use of radioactive medication radiopharmaceuticals to diagnose and treat disease these radioactive materials are usually injected into a vein but are sometimes swallowed or inhaled a gamma camera tracks the movement of the radiopharmaceuticals from outside the body by detecting the gamma radiation emitted by the medication
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