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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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Keywords: Radiation exposure, Equivalent doses, Nuclear medicine technologists, Dosimeters, Gamma camera.
Nuclear medicine technologists working with fusion imaging that combines modalities such as positron emission tomography (PET) and computed tomography (CT) earned higher salaries than those working in general nuclear medicine.
American Society of Radiologic Technologists and Society of Nuclear Medicine Technologist Section.
The different nuclear medicine technologists at these sites who documented results during testing may have influenced the data collected and recorded over the 7-month period.
Nuclear medicine technologists report a high level of interest in an advanced practice career pathway, and many of them are already performing tasks outside their accepted scope of practice, according to a study in the Journal of Nuclear Medicine Technology.
Gilmore said that nuclear medicine technologists need to look at the long-term effects that shortages like the one at Chalk River can have on the specialty.
The working group that convened to solve the nuclear medicine problem consisted of the directors of imaging services and laboratory service, the nuclear medicine chief technologist, two nuclear medicine technologists, the administrative manager of imaging services, a union representative, and the cochair of VAMC's Partnership Council, who played the role of facilitator.
Not only is the BVA-100 a modernization of a tried and true test, but it will give us the opportunity to increase physician referral business without increasing our current work load of our nuclear medicine technologists.
All Ultrascan sonographers and Nuclear Medicine Technologists are registered either with the American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonographers, Cardiovascular Credentialing International, or the AART/NMRT.
Hybrid imaging technology and molecular probes are irrevocably changing the workplace for nuclear medicine technologists as radioisotopes, aided by computed tomography and magnetic resonance, light the way for tracking disease at a cellular level.
Kentucky Society of Nuclear Medicine Technologists Fall Meeting.
imaging technology, trained nuclear medicine technologists, and physician over-read service providing a total solution approach to P.

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