Characteristics of the Alternative Radiopharmaceutical
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In order to visualise uptake of a radiopharmaceutical in a particular organ or tissue, the target organ must contain an adequate amount of tracer, and the surroundings must be as free as possible from activity. The latter can include radioactivity circulating in the blood, background activity, and adjacent activity in organs or sites unrelated to the object to be visualised.
KeywordsInflammatory Lesion Blood Clearance Data Courtesy Nuclear Medicine Centre Adjacent Activity
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