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A nuclear medicine specialist employs the properties of radioactive atoms and molecules in the diagnosis and treatment of disease and in research. Radiation detection and imaging instrument systems are used to detect disease as it changes the function and metabolism of normal cells, tissues and organs. A wide variety of diseases can be found in this way, usually before the structure of the organ involved by the disease can be seen to be abnormal by any other techniques. Early detection of coronary artery disease (including acute heart attack), early cancer detection and evaluation of the effect of tumor treatment, diagnosis of infection and inflammation anywhere in the body and early detection of blood clot in the lungs are all possible with these techniques. Unique forms of radioactive molecules can attack and kill cancer cells (e.g., lymphoma, thyroid cancer) or can relieve the severe pain of cancer that has spread to bone

Nuclear Medicine Specialist Statistics on

Top 10 Insurances Nuclear Medicine Physicians accept:

  1. Aetna (1341 providers)
  2. Cigna (1340 providers)
  3. BlueCross BlueShield (1230 providers)
  4. Humana Health (1020 providers)
  5. Multiplan PHCS (924 providers)
  6. Coventry (911 providers)
  7. Medicaid (864 providers)
  8. Medicare (754 providers)
  9. Health Net (683 providers)
  10. Assurant Health (682 providers)

States with the most Nuclear Medicine Physicians:

  1. California
  2. New York
  3. Texas
  4. Pennsylvania
  5. Florida

Cities with the most Nuclear Medicine Physicians:

  1. New York, NY
  2. Philadelphia, PA
  3. Cleveland, OH
  4. Boston, MA
  5. Los Angeles, CA

Aggregate Statistics

Total number of Nuclear Medicine Physicians on
Percentage of Nuclear Medicine Physicians who are listed as "Board Certified" on
Nuclear Medicine Physicians listed on have been practicing for an average of:29.5 year(s)
Average ProfilePoints™ score for Nuclear Medicine Physicians:38/80
Average Overall User Rating for Nuclear Medicine Physicians:4 (out of 5)

Nuclear Medicine Physicians by State

  1. California
  2. New York
  3. Texas
  4. Pennsylvania
  5. Florida
  6. Ohio
  7. Michigan
  8. New Jersey
  9. Massachusetts
  10. Maryland
  11. Connecticut
  12. Illinois
  13. Georgia
  14. Washington
  15. Missouri
  16. Virginia
  17. Arizona
  18. Indiana
  19. North Carolina
  20. Wisconsin
  21. Tennessee
  22. Colorado
  23. Louisiana
  24. Puerto Rico
  25. Oregon
  26. District of Columbia
  27. Alabama
  28. Arkansas
  29. Hawaii
  30. Kansas
  31. Iowa
  32. Kentucky
  33. South Carolina
  34. Oklahoma
  35. New Mexico
  36. South Dakota
  37. Mississippi
  38. Minnesota
  39. Nebraska
  40. Utah
  41. Delaware
  42. Maine
  43. West Virginia
  44. New Hampshire
  45. Nevada
  46. North Dakota
  47. Rhode Island
  48. Alaska
  49. Vermont
  50. Montana
  51. Idaho

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