Definition: Imaging of small anatomic structures by use of a radionuclide in conjunction with a special collimator which “magnifies” the image; for example, the use of technetium 99m in conjunction with a pinhole collimator to image the lacrimal drainage.
[micro- + scintigraphy]
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