MDC Radiology Discussion

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What is diagnostic by imaging?

2) What does the final image allow the physician to see after the two pictures?

3) The radiopharmaceutical, once injected into the body does what to the disease?

4) Nuclear medicine has applications in Nuclear Medicine - Name the four applications (or areas) in Nuclear Medicine

5) What does Nuclear medicine imaging allows us to do to the body?

6) In the radiopharmaceuticals journey is, how long is the radioactive products life?

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1. What is diagnostic by imaging?
Medical imaging is a technique and practice of capturing images of the body's internal organs
and tissues for diagnostic and therapeutic purposes (McBee et al., 2018). Doctors can see into the
body using diagnostic imaging to find out whether one has any health issues. Anatomical images
can be produced using a wide range of devices and procedures. Depending on the symptoms and
the area of the body being evaluated, the doctor may employ a variety of imaging techniques.
2) What does the final image allow the physician to see after the two pictures?
As it travels in an arc, a CT scanner sends out a sequence of narrow beams through the body. An
X-ray machine, on the other hand, sends only one radiation beam. The final image from a CT
scan is more comprehensive than the one from an X-ray.
3) The radiopharmaceutical, once injected into the body does what to the disease?
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