Palm Beach Nuclear Medicine Scanning, is a similar to our other tests, and is a non-invasive procedure that we offer here at Medical Diagnostic Scans. Our medical staff is prepared and fully equipped to educate you on the test we will administer in order to ensure you are most comfortable with what is going to occur in your near future. The nuclear scanning will begin internally, either intravenously or orally. Following that, external cameras will capture and create images from the radiation emitted by the radio pharmaceuticals. Throughout this process, a radioactive tracer substance will be submitted into the body, which will transfer to a particular organ. It is through the tracers that we will be able to establish any normal or abnormal activity that is active in the organs. Please give us a call today and our staff will chat with you and offer you a more detailed approach as to what you can anticipate during your test.
Here at Medical Diagnostic Scans, our tests and procedures are minimally invasive and are performed by Dr. N. Henry Pevsner, and his board certified staff. We are certain that our tests are generally painless, with the exception of being injected by a tiny needle in your vein. Our staff is pleasant, courteous and capable of answering any questions you may have regarding your tests. In order to make you comfortable, we are prepared to facilitate your needs, in any way possible. We will work closely with your physician to distribute your results, as well as offer clarity, wherever possible. Our Palm Beach Nuclear Medicine Scanning is one of our most highly sought after exams, as it gives you a full scope of what has been causing you pain or discomfort.
American Board of Radiology-Diagnostic Radiology
American Board of Nuclear Medicine
Fellow of the American College of Radiology
Society of Interventional Radiology
Society of Skeletal Radiology.
Nuclear Medicine, Mt.Sinai Medical Center, Miami Beach
Diagnostic Radiology, Jackson Memorial Hospital, University of Miami.
Internal Medicine, United States Public Health Hospital, Baltimore, Md.
Chicago Medical School, Rosalind Franklin University, N. Chicago, IL.