A Snapshot of Nuclear Imaging Lee Memorial Health System “Nuclear medicine is used to assess how your body functions or how the organs inside your body work, whereas CT imaging is designed to show us your anatomy. This device puts the two of them together,” says Lee Memorial Health System radiologist Dr. John Rodriguez.
Vitamins and Supplements: Less is More University of California Television (UCTV) More than half of Americans use vitamins or supplements, spending over $9.4 billion a year. Dr. Jeffrey Tice takes a look at which are encouraged, which are discouraged and which have no benefit. He covers antioxidants, folic acid, vitamin D and Calcium and Omega 3.
A Closer Look at CT & Nuclear Imaging Lee Memorial Health System With the help of high tech imagers, doctors are able to see you better than ever before. At Cape Coral Hospital they are doubling their effort, using a hybrid scanner that blends two technologies together.
Bringing an Open View to MRI Lee Memorial Health System MRI is one of the main go-to tools for diagnosing many health conditions, but the standard tube delivery system can put people in a state of high anxiety.
Expert alert: Are CT scans safe? Mayo Clinic With questions lingering about the safety of medical imaging and the radiation that is used in some of those tests, Mayo Clinic radiation safety expert Cynthia McCollough, Ph.D., wrote a paper that provides clear answers that she hopes will allay patients’ fears.