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Nuclear Medicine

What Is Nuclear Medicine?

Nuclear Medicine is a specialized imaging technology that uses small amounts of radioactive material called radiotracers or radioisotopes to capture the molecular activity of various organs and systems of the body, allowing us to diagnose and treat many conditions in their earliest stages.

At Fairfax Radiology, we provide a full array of studies, including bone, renal, lung scans, Thyroid and SPECT (Single-Photon Emission Computed Tomography) imaging, as well as any confirming imaging tests (X-rays) to provide a complete picture of any conditions.

List of Procedures in this Category


A diagnostic test that combines nuclear medicine with advanced 3D imaging to offer the most advanced imaging technique available for the diagnosis, monitoring and treatment of many diseases.

Bone Scans

A type of Nuclear Medicine test that helps diagnose different bone diseases or conditions.

Gastric Emptying

What is Gastric Emptying? For many people who complain of abdominal bloating or fullness after eating just a small amount of food or the same symptoms that last for a long period after a meal, the iss...


What is HIDA with CCK? A Hida Scan, also known as a Hepatobiliary Scan, is a type of Nuclear Medicine testing that uses a radioactive material (radiotracer) to determine the structure of the liver, ga...

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