Thyroid

Thyroid

The thyroid is a relatively small organ, lying against and around the larynx and trachea. Female thyroid glands weigh up to 18 g, male ones up to 25 g.

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Parathyroid gland

Parathyroid gland

The parathyroid glands are two pairs of glands having the size of apple seeds usually positioned behind the left and right lobes of the thyroid

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MRI (Magnetic resonance imaging)

MRI (Magnetic resonance imaging)

This imaging is made without radiation. MRI scanners use magnetic fields and radio waves to form images of the body.

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Skeleton/bones

Skeleton/bones

The skeletal scintigraphy or bone scan is the most sensitive method for the presentation of bone metabolism.

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Heart

Heart

With myocardial scintigraphy the perfusion (blood flow) of the heart can be measured at rest and during exercise by the use of radioactively marked substances.

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Brain

Brain

It is increasingly clear that Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s diseases present a challenge for our society.

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Kidney

Kidney

By using renal scintigraphy the function and excretion of the kidneys can be separately examined.

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Lymphatic system and sentinel lymph nodes

Lymphatic system and sentinel lymph nodes

Here, we use a radioactive material, called a radiopharmaceutical or radiotracer, which is injected beneath the skin.

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