Specialty Care

Nuclear Cardiology

What is Nuclear Cardiology
Nuclear cardiology is a special area of cardiology that uses imaging with injection of radioactive dye to locate and evaluate heart disease, heart function and heart attack. Physicians have received special training to measure and evaluate blood flow to the heart, the heart’s ability to pump blood, and the location and extent of a heart attack. Doctors also use nuclear cardiology to determine a prognosis in people with heart disease.
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