Nuclear Medicine Tests
A bone scan, also known as bone scintigraphy, is a non-invasive nuclear medicine test used to detect abnormalities in the bones.
Introduction to PET/CT Imaging
A PET/CT scan is an imaging exam performed to localize metabolic activity inside the body, which helps in detecting cancer and distinguishing between benign and cancerous tissues.
Also known as somatostatin receptor scintigraphy, is a non-invasive nuclear medicine test used to evaluate the body for the presence of neuroendocrine tumor cells.