Which Can Determine Cancerous Tumors Locations Name: University: Instructor: Date: Radioisotopes (Tracers) Which Can Determine Cancerous Tumors Locations Introduction Diagnostic applications of radioisotopes in nuclear medicine continue to increase globally. More than 10,000 hospitals in the world rely on radioisotopes in nuclear medicine and about 90 percent of the total procedures in these hospitals are entirely diagnostic. In nuclear medicine, radioisotopes are used to provide critical information about the body organs in normal and pathological states (Galambo & Izenstark, 2010). The current clinical applications of radioisotopes are largely in the diagnosis of brain, thyroid, bone, liver and eye cancer. Radioisotopes often give off energy which can only be detected by a special type of imaging equipment. The imaging equipment will track the movement and location of the radioisotopes thus giving a clue to doctors to know more about the cancerous tumors (Mausner, n.d).
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