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HOW MAY NUCLEAR MEDICINE TECHNIQUES BE USED TO INVASTIGATE A CHILD PRESENTING WITH URINARY TRACT INFECTION?
WHAT PRACTICAL PROBLEMS MAY BE EXPERIENCED DURING THE INVASTIGARION AND HOW MAY THEY BE OVERCOME?

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