NUCLEAR DIAGNOSTICS DIVISION (NDD)
In 1999, the Laboratory of radioactive tracers was transformed into the Division of nuclear diagnostics, which included:
- Department of radionuclide examination methods,
- Positron-emission tomography center.
Nowadays, 34 permanent employees work in the nuclear diagnostics division. This is a large team of specialists: physicians, radiochemists and physicists. More than 3.5 thousand complex high-precision diagnostic examinations are performed annually for cardiological, oncological and neurological patients.
Professor Irakly Pavlovich Aslanidi, PhD has headed the division since 1991 to the present.
The PET Center works in all major areas of PET diagnostics:
- diagnostics of inflammation, including infective endocarditis and inflammation in the vascular wall;
- oncology (more than 80% of performed examinations), including hematology, neurooncology and oncourology.
1129 patients were examined in the department of radionuclide examination methods, 2026 examinations were performed in 2022.
2268 patients were examined in the positron-emission tomography department, 364 examinations were performed in 2022. Positron emission tomography of the whole body with 18F-PSMA has been developed and put into practice.
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