New Medical Camera Examines the Heart with Better Images, Less Radiation

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New technology is giving Carilion Clinic cardiologists a clearer look at their patients' hearts. During a nuclear medicine scan, a special camera measures the function of the heart. Carilion's newest camera captures better images while using less radiation.  Learn more in this story by WSLS's Karen McNew.

 

 

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