Radionuclide imaging techniques eliana reyes md dipl cardiology national heart and lung institute imperial college london royal brompton hospital. Radionuclide imaging exposes patients to less radiation than do comparable x ray studies spect planar techniques which produce a 2 dimensional image are rarely used spect which uses a rotating camera system and tomographic reconstruction to produce a 3 dimensional image is more common in the us radionuclide ventriculography has . Radionuclide imaging is primarily concerned with the function of organs and tissues the other modalities x ray magnetic resonance imaging mri and ultrasound primarily convey structural or anatomical information though the distinction between structural and functional imaging is not absolute imaging techniques associated with these . Radionuclide imaging techniques medical physics series bibliography included index copying 1985 by academic press inc london ltd by peter f sharp philip p dendy and w ian keyes
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