PET-CT


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PET-CT

positron emission tomography, and computed tomography (used together to identify metastases in patients with cancer).
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PET-CT FDG uptake can facilitate the identification of metabolic changes earlier than conventional imaging methods during or at the end of treatment.
PET-CT scanner at PKLI will facilitate large numbers of oncology patients in diagnosis, staging and treatment of diseases.
The impact of PET-CT in suspected recurrent ovarian cancer: A prospective multi-centre study as part of the Australian PET Data Collection Project.
A 27-years old lactating female, diagnosed with DLBCL, underwent staging PET-CT scan.
The clinical records of patients with a history of extrathoracic malignancy, who had FOB to investigate a second primary focus or metastatic lesion after a pulmonary mass was identified on thoracic CT or integrated PET (PET-CT) were reviewed separately.
Gupta et al., "Dual tracer functional imaging of gastroenteropancreatic neuroendocrine tumors using 68Ga-DOTA-NOC PET-CT and 18F-FDG PET-CT: Competitive or complimentary?" Clinical Nuclear Medicine, vol.
We believe that the biopsy findings did correlate with the FDG uptake on the PET-CT scan, as it was a mild inflammatory infiltrate.
Chiti, "Clinical applications of PET-CT in oncology," in Principles and Pratice of PET-CT, Part 2: Clinical Applications of PET-CT in Oncology, G.
In addition to this, the emerging and developing role of PET-CT in the management of multiple myeloma has clear relevance to this case.
Sattar said that now a state of art PET-CT with Cyclotron for simultaneous radioisotope preparation under one roof to avid decay of radio isotope, use of fewer isotopes and less radiation to body has been established.