Nuclear Medicine

This department was established in 1984. We set up two teams under it, which include nuclear medical photo-taking and radiation immune analysis. Nuclear medicine uses isotopes and its compound to discover and diagnose diseases, understanding physical, anatomical, functional, and organizational clues. The isotope follows the chemical and physical organization of the body and forms a change between organ organization spread (distribution) which helps clinical doctors rapidly acquire an accurate diagnosis.


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Update:108/05/04