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. How have I 53 131 and T 81 201 l been used in medical diagnosis? Why are these particular nuclides especially well suited for this purpose?

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Interpretation:

Interpret the way of I-131 and Tl-201 used in medical diagnosis and give the reason for this.

Concept Introduction:

Instruments detecting the working of organs works by producing the peaks with different ranges which allows the physician in detecting the working of organs.

Cosmic rays of MRI involves in producing the various signal regarding the working of vital organs.

Explanation

Iodine or thallium works by detecting the functioning of internal organs. These element are induced in body helps in catching the signals or radiation of MRI or the apparatus required for detecting the functioning of internal organs.

The cosmic rays produced by MRI present in the range of 0.2 to 3.5 T...

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