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Radioisotopic pathology is the study of the causes of diseases in the laboratory using biologic, chemical, and physical sciences. A radioisotopic pathologist is a physician who performs laboratory studies to diagnose and treat patients with radioactive isotopes, or radionuclides. These radioactive chemical items can help to uncover important medical information in a patientís anatomy and organs, and help to treat tumors. Sometimes these radioactive bits are used in combination with scanning machines, and can help a physician diagnose diseases.
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