Nuclear Medicine, based in Royal Oak, Mich., is a medical specialty of Beaumont Hospitals. The nuclear medicine department offers a variety of testing capabilities using advanced technology. It features a positron emission tomography scanner with high-speed CT scan to provide testing services. It also uses latest technology in cardiac and general nuclear medicine imaging and provides high-resolution 3-D imaging and close-up imaging. The department has a team of specialists in nuclear medicine imaging, instrumentation, radiation dosimetry, and data analysis and interpretation techniques. Its diagnostic tests include bone mineral density, bone and bone marrow scans, brain single photon emission computed tomography, diuresis renal scans, pediatric esophageal reflux, hepatobiliary imaging, and gastrointestinal bleeding, gallium, leukocyte and indium scans. The tests also include lung scans, myocardial perfusion imaging, nuclear cystograms, stress multigated acquisition studies, and octreotide, positron emission tomography, parathyroid, resting multigated acquisition, thyroid and triple tracer scans.