Nuclear Medicine

Nuclear Medicine, Teleradiology A highly specialized area of radiology, nuclear medicine involves using small amounts of radioactive materials (tracers) to examine the structure and function of bodily organs. Unlike other diagnostic imaging tests such as X-rays and ultrasounds—which allow physicians to visualize and diagnose conditions based on the appearance of organs and tissues—nuclear medicine affords physicians essential information about organ function and blood circulation.

Often used to diagnose conditions such a thyroid cancer in early stages, nuclear medicine involves multiple disciplines, including physics, chemistry, technology, and mathematics. As such, this branch of radiology is both broad and complex, presenting a challenge for many health care providers because it is expensive to have a team of radiologists with the requisite knowledge on site. Real Radiology makes subspecialized radiology interpretations readily accessible to our health care partners via an intuitive and stable web-based RIS/PACS system.

Rely on Our Expertise

Real Radiology’s nuclear radiologists provide expert reads of nuclear medicine studies,  helping our health care partners evaluate and treat:

  • Infections
  • Tumors, cysts, and abscesses
  • Hematomas
  • Enlarged organs
  • Renal blood flow
  • Thyroid function
  • Heart function
  • Heart muscle damage following a heart attack

With Real Radiology, accurate reporting and timely consultations are always available, regardless of the distance between the referring physician and the radiologist or the time of day. As such, our teleradiology solutions allow for greater efficiencies in the practice of medicine and ultimately lead to better patient care.

Whether you own or run a hospital, emergency department, radiology group, or multispecialty group, Real Radiology can dramatically change your practice for the better. Contact us today to learn more.