Hepato Radiology

A liver checkup is a technical radiology procedure used to examine the liver to identify certain conditions or to assess the function of the liver. A liver checkup may also be used to follow the progress of treatment of certain conditions. The health care provider will fit a radioactive material called a radioisotope into one of your modes. After the liver has soaked up the material, you'll be asked to lie on a table under the scanner. The scanner can tell where the radioactive material has gathered in the body. Images are displayed on a computer.

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