Journal of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering


The Multiple and Numerous Potentialities of This Field Are Applicable to the Diagnosis

Yun Li

Molecular imaging is a subject of scientific imaging that focuses on imaging molecules of medical hobby within dwelling patients. That is in assessment to standard strategies for obtaining molecular facts from preserved tissue samples, together with histology. Molecules of interest may be either ones produced clearly by the body, or synthetic molecules produced in a laboratory and injected right into an affected person with the aid of a medical doctor. The most commonplace instance of molecular imaging used clinically today is to inject an assessment agent (e.g., a microbubble, metallic ion, or radioactive isotope) into a patient's bloodstream and to apply an imaging modality