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Department of diagnostic radionuclide imaging

Diagnostic radionuclide imaging is a branch of nuclear medicine, which uses radioactive isotopes to diagnose pathologic processes in the human body. It may detect biochemical changes in the cells and tissues of the human body before any changes structural can be identified. Thus, diagnostic radionuclide imaging may well be a means to detect cancer at an early stage, when other diagnostic techniques are yet non-diagnostic and provide no useful information.

The specialists of the Diagnostic Radionuclide Imaging Department of our Center are skilled at detecting malignant neoplasms that are less 1 cm in size, which allows to achieve full recovery and prevents dissemination of the disease. The use of diagnostic radionuclide imaging helps to positively identify metastases spread through various organs and systems of the body and to assess the viability of a malignant tumor after medical and radiation therapy.

The Diagnostic Radionuclide Imaging of the Center is home to highly-qualified professionals who use cutting-edge equipment. A diagnostic test performed by a professional will provide a patient and their treating physician with the exhaustive diagnostic information on the spread of a disease.

The Department is headed by Dr Pavel M. Krzhivitskiy, PhD in Medicine.

Head of research – Professor Sergei V. Kanaev, D.Sc. in Medicine, honored physician of the Russian Federation

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