Liv Hospital Department of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging is a systematic approach to the diagnosis and treatment of molecular medicine at the level of each other.
Nuclear medicine, a branch of medicine that uses radioactive substances in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases, has an important place in the diagnosis, treatment and follow-up of oncological diseases especially with the applications where functional and structural evaluation can be performed simultaneously.
The Department of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging is at the level of B4 where polyclinic procedures and diagnostic tests are performed.
- Gamma Camera
- C14 Device
- Gamma Probe
- Gamma counter
- Hot Lab (Section where radioactive substances are prepared)
- Effort test unit
- Outpatient units are available.
Treatment practices other than radioactive iodine
Bed treatment unit;
Radioactive iodine applications (Two lead armored rooms)
Radioactive material application and preparation unit.