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Molecular Imaging

 Molecular imaging may be a field of medical imaging that focuses on imaging molecules of medical interest within living patients. this is often in contrast to standard methods for obtaining molecular information from preserved tissue samples, like histology. Molecules of interest could also be either ones produced naturally by the body, or synthetic molecules produced during a laboratory and injected into a patient by a doctor. the foremost common example of molecular imaging used clinically today is to inject a contrast agent (e.g., a microbubble, metal ion, or radioactive isotope) into a patient's bloodstream and to use an imaging modality (e.g., ultrasound, MRI, CT, PET) to trace its movement within the body. Molecular imaging originated from the sector of radiology from a requirement to raised understand fundamental molecular processes inside organisms during a noninvasive manner.

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