Dr. Philip Matin MD Nuclear Medicine Specialist

Dr. Philip Matin is a nuclear medicine specialist in Granite Bay, California. He received his medical degree from Stanford University School of Medicine and has been in practice for 47 years.

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Specialty & Clinical Interests

Nuclear Medicine Specialist: General Nuclear Medicine

Education & Medical Training

Stanford University
Residency, Nuclear Medicine, 1968–1970

Santa Clara Valley Medical Center
Residency, Internal Medicine, 1967–1968

Santa Clara Valley Medical Center
Internship, Transitional Year, 1966–1967

Stanford University School of Medicine
Class of 1967

Certifications & Licensure

American Board of Nuclear Medicine
Certified in Nuclear Medicine

CA State Medical License
Active through 2015

Publications & Presentations

Myocardial "false positive" 99mTc-pyrophosphate scintigrams.
Fetz, R. C., Stadalnik, R. C., Matin, P.

Segmental biliary obstruction: diagnostic significance of bile duct crowding.
Myracle, M. R., Stadalnik, R. C., Blaisdell, F. W., Farkas, J. P., Matin, P.

Bone scintigraphy in the diagnosis and management of traumatic injury.
Matin, P.

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