Immunoscintigraphy

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Immunoscintigraphy is a procedure used to find cancer cells in the body by injecting a radioactively labeled antibody, which binds predominantly to cancer cells and then scanning for concentrations of radioactive emissions.[1]

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  1. ^ "Imaging Techniques for the Diagnosis of Ovarian Cancers: Immunoscintigraphy". 21 December 2004.