Definitions for "Radioactive tracer"
Substances used in nuclear medicine.
A compound (radioactive isotope) that can be attached to a substance to allow a biological process to be seen and studied.
A radioactive material put into a well to allow observation of fluid or gas movements by means of a radioactive-tracer survey.
a method of calibrating that uses either the velocity or dilution rate of a short term radioactive material.
A radioactive molecule that can be sent through the body's circulatory or urinary system, with its progress followed by a radiation-sensitive machine.