Nuclear medicine

Last revised by Dr Daniel J Bell on 17 Sep 2020

Nuclear medicine in vivo is the practice of utilizing small amounts of radioactive substances (unsealed radioactive sources) to diagnose, monitor and treat disease. The utilization of radiopharmaceuticals offers a unique perspective on both disease and cancer treatment.

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