Nuclear Medicine

Physicians use radionuclide imaging procedures to visualize the structure and function of an organ, tissue, bone or system within the body. Nuclear imaging has two roles: diagnostic and prognostic, indicating that these methods are an essential component in the evaluation of diseases. Newer methods rely on positron emission tomography, allows the generation of images with higher resolution and absolute quantitation of biological processes such as transport activities, enzyme activities or angiotensin receptors. This track will focus on diseases like Non-cancerous diseases, Various Cancers, Congenital diseases, Autoimmune Diseases, Heart diseases, Brain disorders, Kidney diseases and Thyroid disorders

  • Nuclear Medicine in Cancers
  • Nuclear Medicine in Non-Cancerous Diseases
  • Nuclear Medicine for Congenital Diseases
  • Nuclear Medicine in Autoimmune Diseases
  • Nuclear Medicine for Cardiovasular Diseases

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