Results for: Radionuclide

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What is the meaning of radionuclide?

The term radionuclide is one we apply to any atom with an unstableatomic nucleus. It's the correct term for radioisotope. These atomsare radioactive , and emit radioactivity (MORE)
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How is a radionuclide formed?

Radionuclides (or sometimes, radioisotopes) are unstable atomic nuclei, and they spontaneously "fall apart" by various means because of their unstable nature. These unstable a (MORE)

What is radionuclide scanning?

Radionuclide scanning-- Diagnostic test in which a radioactive dye is injected into the bloodstream and photographed to display internal vessels, organs and tissues.

What are the biological properties of radionuclides?

Biological properties - 1. Radionuclides cannot be destroyed or degraded, unlike organic substances as such - a. Because radionuclides cannot be destroyed, disposal of res (MORE)
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How is radionuclide angiography performed?

Radioactive material is injected into the bloodstream. A device that uses gamma rays to produce an image of the radioactive material (gamma camera) records pictures of the hea (MORE)