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A radionuclide angiogram (RNA) is a type of nuclear medicine procedure. A tiny amount of a radioactive substance, called a radionuclide (radiopharmaceutical or radioactive tracer), is used to assist in the examination of the tissue under study. Specifically, resting RNA evaluates the heart's chambers in motion.