nuclear medicine

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n nuclear medicine the branch of medicine that uses radioactive materials either to image a patient's body or to destroy diseased cells
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Usage


In news:

ST CLAIRSVILLE Chris Baugh went to Wheeling Jesuit University as a nuclear medicine major.
Prepared by Justin Q Ly, MD, Department of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine, and Joanna D Lusk, MD, Department of Pathology, Wilford Hall Medical Center, Lackland AFB, TX.
Florbetapir, PET/MR and Other Nuclear Medicine Highlights.
William Allan Dear Jr, an internist and former head of the division of nuclear medicine at.
Amarillo College revamps nuclear medicine program.
Cardinal Health Introduces New Technology to Help Nuclear Medicine Improve Integration, Efficiency.
GE's SPECT System Has FDA Clearance, Offers More Affordable Nuclear Medicine Solution.
SPECT System Receives FDA Clearance, Offers More Affordable Nuclear Medicine Solution.
AECOM's Nuclear Medicine Department celebrates 25th.
Among the measures at risk in this years appropriation process is a $20 million item for nuclear medicine research in the Department of Energy.
Nuclear Medicine Chief Calls for Pill Stockpile.
A troubled central Indiana nuclear medicine company is dropping plans to build a $55 million facility with 86 workers in Noblesville after reaching a better deal with Gary.
A nuclear medicine study can also help in detecting abdominal CSF pseudocysts .
He is a board member of the Brain Imaging Council of the Society of Nuclear Medicine and President of The Synaptic Space, a neuroimaging consulting firm, in Centennial, Colorado.
Intensive 6½-day workshop is intended for faculty members and fellows in radiology, radiation oncology, and nuclear medicine academic departments.
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In science:

Positron Emission Tomography (PET) is one of the leading techniques of nuclear medicine to access to metabolic and functional information.
Experimental study of a liquid Xenon PET prototype module
Non-adiabatic processes are at the heart of aspects of science and technology as important as radiation damage of materials in the nuclear and space industries, and radiotherapy in medicine.
Electronic stopping power in gold: The role of d electrons and the H/He anomaly
The fast counting of photons down to the single photon level is a basic requirement shared among several applications, ranging from particle identification in fundamental physics to imaging of biological processes in nuclear medicine.
CLARO-CMOS, a very low power ASIC for fast photon counting with pixellated photodetectors
Geant4 was born out of this pro ject in 1999 as an independent collaboration with its own collaboration agreement, providing open code that has found applications in medicine, space and related domains as well as nuclear and particle physics that were its origins.
The Geant4 Visualisation System - a multi-driver graphics system
In addition to these goals, nuclear science has a long tradition of educating physicists who ultimately make important contributions to a broad spectrum of societal needs including medicine, energy, and national security.
Phases of QCD: Summary of the Rutgers Long Range Plan Town Meeting
In addition, compact, low energy accelerators are widely used in applications of nuclear physics from medicine to cargo screening.
Phases of QCD: Summary of the Rutgers Long Range Plan Town Meeting
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