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Nuclear Medicine & Molecular Imaging
Nuclear medicine is a branch of diagnostic imaging that uses very small amounts of radioactive material, or tracer to provide information about the function or structure of particular organs such as heart, lungs, bones or liver. The radioactive material is local to specific parts of the body and emits radiations. The radiation is detected by a gamma camera and a computer processes the images. Nuclear Medicine allows doctors to make a relatively quick, accurate diagnosis regarding a wide range of medical and surgical conditions.
Molecular imaging is a type of medical imaging that provides detailed pictures of what is happening inside the body at the molecular and cellular level.

At Aditya Birla Memorial Hospital, Cancer wing our Radiologists and physicians are now able to determine with complete confidence the cancerous cells, their exact location, the stage of cancer, and if the cancer has metastasized with the help of the latest technology the PET-CT and Gamma Camera. Our services include:
PET-CT Scan SPECT scanner (Gamma Camera)
Radionuclide Therapy
Meet, our expert team of doctors, nurses and technicians who will guide you and be with you through the treatment process.

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Dr. Manoranajan Chowhan  

Aditya Birla Memorial Hospital deploys the latest Biograph mCT 20 PET-CT (with Time of Flight and high definition) that provides razor sharp images for pinpointing the disease with high accuracy. Beside its application in diagnosing and managing cancer patient it has application in cardiac disease and diagnosing neurological disease that fails to be diagnosed with modality like MR or CT alone. PET-CT is also useful to know cause of fever of unknown origin besides it application in collage vascular disease.                                                                read more....