How Does A Pet Ct Scan Show Imagines Of A Cavernous Sinus Meningioma?


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James White answered
My aunt had Meningioma and she got all the requisite tests and surgery done at Brigham and Woman’s Hospital. The hospital is well known for their state of the art scanning facilities. The doctors are cordial in their approach and will be always willing to explain things to you. In case you need more information, I would recommend their online repository. It provides ample information on almost all medical conditions and their treatments.
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Positron Emission tomography or as it is more commonly referred to, PET, is a leading imaging system which shows great potential in the area of identifying and curing many diseases, mostly cancer. It is a non invasive check and offers an exact scan of the cellular occupation of the human body. It provides a total picture as an alternative of a partial one allowing the doctor to spot disorders, decide the seriousness of the disease and then consequently giving prescriptions.

The PET CT (computed tomography) work jointly. The CT scan presents the facts about one's body like the dimension, form and site of the tumour. The radioisotope goes through a procedure of positron emission decay and discharges a positron. The positron then collides with an electron, and this movement can be noticed when it arrives at the scintillator matter in the scanning mechanism.

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