POSITRON EMISSION TOMOGRAPHY
Positron Emission Tomography (PET or PET/CT) is a type of nuclear medicine scan that is used to evaluate glucose (sugar) uptake in the body.
It is most common used to diagnose, stage and monitor therapy for cancer patients, but it can also be used for imaging infection and dementia.
- Brain PET for Alzheimer’s Diagnosis
- Limited PET/CT of the Head/Neck/Chest
- Skull-to-Thighs PET/CT
- Whole Body PET/CT