PET Scans

A PET scan (also known as Positron Emission Tomography) gives doctors and scientists a way of looking inside the body using radioactive elements and seeing it work in real time. It can help find cancers and also look inside the brain. This is a form of nuclear medicine.

How Does a PET Scan Work?
How does a PET scan work?
PET Scan animation
What to expect during a PET scan

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