radiocalcium

ra·di·o·cal·ci·um

(rā'dē-ō-kal'sē-ŭm),
A radioisotope of calcium, particularly calcium 45.

radioactive calcium

Any of the radionuclides of calcium, the most common of which are the beta-emitting 45Ca, which has a half-life of 163 days, and the beta and gamma-emitting 47Ca, which has a half-life of 4.5 days and has some currency as a tracer for calcium metabolism studies.

radiocalcium

(rā″dē-ō-kăl′sē-ŭm)
A radioisotope of calcium; 45Ca and 47Ca are used in medical studies.
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Comparison of bone formation rates measured by radiocalcium kinetics and double-tetracycline labeling in maintenance dialysis patients.
The fate of intravenously injected radiocalcium in human beings.
Our results are similar to those previously observed, which showed a lack of correlation between 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D and Ca absorption as assessed by radiocalcium in normal subjects [21, 22].