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What is radionuclide angiography?

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Dr. Dan Fisher
Internal Medicine
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In brief: Dye study of heart

This is a study in which dye is shot into your vessels and images captured to determine the efficiency of chambers and valves.
The test may be done at rest or with exercise / stress.

In brief: Dye study of heart

This is a study in which dye is shot into your vessels and images captured to determine the efficiency of chambers and valves.
The test may be done at rest or with exercise / stress.
Dr. Dan Fisher
Dr. Dan Fisher
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Dr. Milton Alvis Jr
Preventive Medicine

In brief: RadioactiveDyeImage

Radionucleotide=dye containing an unstable radioactive element which is injected while decaying, emitting radiation into & through the body.
A little of the radiation passing out of the body is detected by some form of imaging device outside the body. Unfortunately, most of the radiation is released & absorbed within the body & the imaging devices cannot be focused; the images are low resolution.

In brief: RadioactiveDyeImage

Radionucleotide=dye containing an unstable radioactive element which is injected while decaying, emitting radiation into & through the body.
A little of the radiation passing out of the body is detected by some form of imaging device outside the body. Unfortunately, most of the radiation is released & absorbed within the body & the imaging devices cannot be focused; the images are low resolution.
Dr. Milton Alvis Jr
Dr. Milton Alvis Jr
Thank
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