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Liver/spleen scan

Liver/spleen scan

Liver/spleen scan: A liver scan is a nuclear imaging procedure to visualize liver and spleen function; radiolabeled technetium-labeled sulfur colloid is given intravenously and a special camera that detects radioactivity is placed over the patient's upper abdomen.

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Diseases Associated with Liver/spleen scan

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