Nuclear medicine tests help diagnose a variety of diseases. A very small, safe amount of a medical isotope (radioactive substance) is injected into a vein, swallowed or breathed in. Specials cameras are usually used to see images of your organs.
Sometimes, Nuclear Medicine is used to treat disease.
The length of the test varies depending on what organ is being viewed. Often, multiple scans will be performed. This may require return visits to complete the exam. Details, including any special preparations, will be provided when your appointment is confirmed.
How do I cancel/change my appointment?
Phone the location at which you booked your appointment, to reschedule. Contact numbers are listed in the section above titled Location, hours and contact information.