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Positron Emission Tomography

Positron emission tomography is a modern method for diagnosing the organism, designed to study the functional activity of organs and tissues. Unlike magnetic resonance imaging, PET technology does not visualize the slices of internal organs and the musculoskeletal system, but it builds up a three-dimensional model of the processes that currently occur in them. PET devices make it possible to study any functional process that occurs in the brain, vessels, tissues, organs and neoplasms.

Basic information about the technology

The scope of positron emission tomography covers the following areas of medicine:

  • · Cardiology;
  • · Neurology;
  • · Orthopedics;
  • · Gynecology and urology;
  • · Oncology.

PET with high accuracy can distinguish malignant neoplasms from benign. The equipment allows detecting tumors that have no effect on blood tests and do not have any appreciable clinical effect on the body, due to which it is widely used for the prevention of oncological diseases. Indications for the appointment of PET are head injuries, Alzheimer's disease, epileptic seizures, circulatory disorders and ischemia. The method makes it possible to detect areas of the cardiovascular system in which there is no normal blood supply.

Positron Emission Tomography

Positron emission tomography is a modern method for diagnosing the organism, designed to study the functional activity of organs and tissues. Unlike magnetic resonance imaging, PET technology does not visualize the slices of internal organs and the musculoskeletal system, but it builds up a three-dimensional model of the processes that currently occur in them. PET devices make it possible to study any functional process that occurs in the brain, vessels, tissues, organs and neoplasms.

Basic information about the technology

The scope of positron emission tomography covers the following areas of medicine:

  • · Cardiology;
  • · Neurology;
  • · Orthopedics;
  • · Gynecology and urology;
  • · Oncology.

PET with high accuracy can distinguish malignant neoplasms from benign. The equipment allows detecting tumors that have no effect on blood tests and do not have any appreciable clinical effect on the body, due to which it is widely used for the prevention of oncological diseases. Indications for the appointment of PET are head injuries, Alzheimer's disease, epileptic seizures, circulatory disorders and ischemia. The method makes it possible to detect areas of the cardiovascular system in which there is no normal blood supply.

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