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nuclear

1. of, concerned with, or involving the nucleus of an atom
2. Biology of, relating to, or contained within the nucleus of a cell
3. of, concerned with, or operated by energy from fission or fusion of atomic nuclei

nuclear

[′nü·klē·ər]
(chemistry)
Pertaining to a group of atoms joined directly to the central group of atoms or central ring of a molecule.
(nucleonics)
Pertaining to nuclear energy.
(nuclear physics)
Pertaining to the atomic nucleus.
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Mallinckrodt's Nuclear Imaging business includes a portfolio of diagnostic imaging products.
The company stated that the divested Nuclear Imaging operations encompass two manufacturing facilities and a total of more than 800 employees in locations across the globe, including nearly 350 in the St.
We've had a very positive response of the cardiac stress test with PET nuclear imaging from referring physicians and the patients," said Bethany Wood, P.
He updated that Nuclear cardiology services nuclear imaging services department will also provide all nuclear scans like Renal DMSA, GRF estimation, bone, liver etc.
An overview of Nuclear Imaging, which includes epidemiology, etiology, symptoms, diagnosis, pathology and treatment guidelines.
This includes the combination of nuclear medicine with other diagnostic imaging modalities such as Computed Tomography (CT) and Ultrasound, and the use of nuclear imaging in surgical and interventional applications.
Market size and company share data for Diagnostic Imaging market categories - Angio Suites, Bone Densitometers, C-Arms, Computed Tomography Systems, Contrast Media Injectors, Mammography Equipment, MRI Systems, Nuclear Imaging Equipment, Ultrasound Systems and X-ray Systems.
Pharmaceutical company Mallinckrodt (NYSE:MNK) revealed on Wednesday the launch of a definitive agreement to divest its Nuclear Imaging business for about USD690m before tax impacts, including up-front and contingent consideration and the assumption of long-term obligations, to IBA Molecular (IBAM).
Starting in 4Q16 (ending September 30, 2016), the company will report the nuclear imaging business as a discontinued operation.
The nuclear imaging market is a mature yet dynamic market with several players competing for market share.
PET and SPECT imaging are well established techniques within nuclear imaging, and are the main focus of this report

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