Nanoparticles in Nuclear Imaging (Report)

Nanoparticles in Nuclear Imaging (Report)

INTRODUCTION Nuclear imaging is a branch of medical imaging that uses radioisotopes for the study of the physiology and the metabolism of the body. (1) This is achieved by administrating radiopharmaceuticals to the patients and imaging the emitted radiation. The acquired information is useful not only for diagnostic purposes, such as detection of functional abnormalities or early identification of tumors, but also can be very helpful in therapy planning and follow-up. The two most common types of nuclear medicine studies are Positron Emission Tomography (PET) and Single Photon Emission Computed Tomography (SPECT).

Nanoparticles in Nuclear Imaging (Report)



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