Positron Emission Tomography (also known as PET/CT) is a nuclear medical exam that produces a three-dimensional image of functional processes in the body. A PET/CT scan uses a small amount of radioactive material to show differences between healthy and diseased tissue. PET/CT scans produce diagnostic images, which can be used to evaluate a variety of diseases.
Southwest Diagnostic Imaging Center and Southwest Diagnostic Center for Molecular Imaging are general partners. For additional information on PET/CT, please visit www.swdcmi.com.
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