Radioactivity-pulmonary embolism,heart, Physics

Pulmonary embolism:
-  It is a blood clot blocking  a major artery in the lunge ,it represent a serious medical problem.
- About 100 MBq of lumpy 99mTc –is injected into a vein .The lumps are too large  to pass through the capillaries  of the lungs and are    temporarily trapped at the entrances to some of the functioning capillaries.

The heart
-  It is one of the most difficult organs to study with nuclear medicine because its continual beating limits the detail that can be seen in the image

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