MRXUH Nuclear Medicine Center offers the latest and the best nuclear medicine diagnostic tests for more accurate diagnoses of medical conditions, such as cancer and diseases of the heart, kidney, bone, intestines, lungs, and thyroid. Nuclear Medicine tests employ a very small amount of radioactive tracer dose. These tests are relatively painless, and are among the safest and most sensitive diagnostic test available. Patients are attended by highly trained and qualified Nuclear Medicine specialists who are carefully selected for their character, competence and compassion and whose commitment is to provide the highest quality care.





– Radioactive Iodine Therapy (RAI)
– Therapy for Thyroid Cancer and Toxic Goiter
a. Well-differentiated for Thyroid Cancer and functioning thyroid metastasis
b. Toxic Goiter as Grave’s Disease, Autonomously Functioning Thyroid Adenoma (AFTA)

– Bone Scan
– Bone Scan 3 Phase
– Breast Scintimammo (TI-201)
– Breast Scintimammo (MIBI)
– Gastric Emptying Scan
– GFR Scan
– Gastroesophageal / Milk Scan
– GI Bleed / RBC Tagging
– Hepatobiliary Imaging
– Liver Scan
– Liver / Spleen
– Lung Perfusio
– Lung Ventilation
– Meckels Diverticulum
– Parathyroid (TI-201)
– Parathyroid (Sestamibi)
– Renal DMSA
– Renal with Furosemide
– Testicular Scan
– Whole Body RAI
– Whole Body RAI (3-5mCi)
– Thyroid Scan
– Thyroid Uptake
– Cyrstogram
– MPI Sestamibi Rest/Stress
– MPI Sestamibi Dipyridamole
– MPI Sestamibi Dobutamine
– MPI Thallium Stress/Rest
– MPI Thallium Dipyridamole
– MPI Thallium Dobutamine

Bone Scan
– Scintigraphic Pattern in different malignancies and osseous metastatic disease
– Primary Bone Tumors
– Diagnosis of Osteomyelitis
– Metabolic Bone Disease
– Skeletal Trauma (e.g. multiple skeletal fractures)

Renal Scan
– Functional evaluation of the kidneys
– Renovascular Hypertension
– Urinary Tract Obstruction
– Renal Transplant Evaluation
– Acute Pyelonephritis / Cortical Scarring
– Pre-surgical functional assessment

Thyroid Scan
– Evaluation of Thyroid Functional Morphology

Myocardial Perfusion Imaging (MPI)
– Diagnosis of Coronary Artery Disease
– Evaluation of Known Coronary Disease: Location and Extend of Ischemia
– Determine the Cause for Change in Symptom Pattern in Patients with Known Coronary Artery Disease
– Evaluate the Effectiveness of Medical Therapy
– Assessment After Percutaneous Transluminal Coronary Angioplasty or Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting Guide to Rehabilitation Therapy

Radio Immuno Assay / Immunoradiometric Assay
– Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH)
– Free Thyronine (FT4)
– Free Triiodothyronine (FT3)
– Thyroglobulin Anti-Thyroglobulin

Bone Mineral Densitometry / DXA
– Dual Hip
– Fat Analysis
– Forearm
– Lumbar Spine
– Lumbar Spine and Hip
– Whole Body
– Whole Body with Fat Analysis



Monday to Friday: 8:00AM – 4:00PM

Located at the 4th floor of the Medical Specialty Center
Contact us at: 712-445 / 712664 local 662
Mobile no. 09498899674