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Dr. Tracy Lynnette Yarbrough MD PHD, Nuclear Medicine Specialist

Dr. Tracy Lynnette Yarbrough MD PHD

Nuclear Medicine Specialist

9601 Interstate 630 Exit 7 Little Rock AR, 72205

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Dr. Tracy Yarbrough practices Nuclear Medicine in Little Rock, AR. Dr. Yarbrough uses procedures and treatments that apply molecular imaging and molecular therapy. Nuclear Medicine Physicians are trained and certified to provide such procedures as skeletal imaging, glucose metabolic imaging, brain perfusion, blood pool imaging, and thyroid imaging, among many others.

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Dr. Tracy Lynnette Yarbrough MD PHD's Practice location

Practice At 4301 W Markham St Slot 556

9601 Interstate 630 Exit 7 -
Little Rock, AR 72205
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New patients: 501-526-7406
Fax: 501-202-6316

42 FONTENAY CIR -
LITTLE ROCK, AR 72223
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New patients: 855-424-4240

Practice At 4301 W Markham St Slot 556

4301 W Markham St Slot 556 -
Little Rock, AR 72205
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New patients: 501-526-7406
Fax: 501-526-7408

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