Clinique Maymard


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A scintigraphy is a nuclear medicine examination that produces images of the human body by injecting a slightly radioactive product.
Scintigraphy is a useful way for doctors to see how an organ is functioning, to complete their diagnosis and thus provide you with better care. It is an easy way of exploring physiological functions, with little risk to the patient.
A small quantity of an organ-specific product called a "radiopharmaceutical" is injected, usually into a vein in the arm. After injection, a waiting period is necessary before images are taken to allow the radiopharmaceutical to distribute itself throughout the body.
The images are then taken using a device called a gamma camera. Taking the images is painless and usually takes between 15 and 60 minutes. Rest assured, the medical team will remain in constant contact with you.
If you have any questions, you can contact the scintigraphy department on


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To get to the clinic, take rue Marcel Paul for about 200 metres and you'll find our establishment on your left.

The first car park entrance on your left will give direct access to the Reception Hall. The second entrance will give you access to the medical-surgical reception area, outpatient and pre-anaesthetic consultations, the medical imaging department and the nuclear medicine, radiotherapy and outpatient chemotherapy facilities.

You can park in the car park near the second entrance. There is also a public car park opposite the building.

There is also a train station at the bottom of rue Marcel Paul (close to the public car park).

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Polyclinique Maymard

13 Rue Marcel Paul
20200 Bastia

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