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A PET scan is used to scan the lungs, typically for lung cancer. The scan uses a radioactive substance.
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PET scans create images which show where cells are particularly active in the body. It is most commonly used to diagnose cancer. More >>
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The Positron Emission Tomography (PET) is a imaging test that uses a tracer to look for diseases within the body. The tracer contains radioactive substances.
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1. Refrain from eating or drinking starting eight hours before the test. 2. Do not take any medications, unless the physician administering the test allows it. 3. Do not smoke or
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An imaging scan that measures the activity or functional level of the brain by measuring its use of glucose. Positron emission tomography, a process that uses radiation to give you
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n. The act or process of using a PET scanner.
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