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What does the radioactive dose do?

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What does the radioactive dose do?

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The radioactive dose is attached to a molecule which goes to the organ system that needs to be imaged. A special camera (gamma camera) records the radioactivity coming out of the body and from the organ. A computer then creates an image which will be read by the Nuclear Medicine Physician.

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