Radiation doses in nuclear medicine, Physics

Radiation doses in nuclear medicine:


Critical organ :
the organ receiving the largest dose during a procedure.The dose to a particular organ of the body depends on:

1. The physical characteristics of the radionuclide
2. The length of the time the radionuclide is in the organ.

 

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