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Meckel diverticulum nuclear scan

Meckel diverticulum nuclear scan

Meckel diverticulum nuclear scan: The Meckel diverticulum nuclear scan is a nuclear image of the lower gastrointestinal tract to identify ectopic gastric mucosa in the Meckel diverticulum, which is a congenital abnormality of the intestines; radioactive tracer accumulates in both normal and abnormal (ectopic) mucosa.

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