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A bone scan is a non-invasive imaging technique that uses a radioactive substance to visualize the bones. It is different from an x-ray or CT scan in that it shows cell activity in the bones.
How Boston Children's Hospital approaches bone scans
The Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging program at Boston Children's is committed to providing a safe, comfortable and child-friendly atmosphere with:
specialized nuclear medicine physicians with expertise in interpreting bone scans in children of all ages
certified nuclear medicine technologists with years of experience imaging children and teens
Child Life specialists to help families prior to and during exams
equipment adapted for pediatric use, which means age-appropriate care for children
protocols that keep radiation exposure as low as reasonably achievable while assuring high image quality
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