Nuclear Medicine

Nuclear medicine scans use a camera to take pictures of certain body tissues after a radioactive tracer (radionuclide or radioisotope) is put into the body. The radioactive tracer helps make the tissues visible on the scanning pictures. Each type of tissue that may be scanned (including bones, organs, glands, and blood vessels) uses a different radioactive compound as a tracer.

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Listed below are Signature Medical Group physicians who specialize in this treatment.