News | PET-CT | February 06, 2019

SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT: Examining the Value of Digital PET/CT

Learn why clinicians are choosing digital PET/CT

Technological advancements in positron emission tomography/computed tomography (PET/CT) offer both clinicians and patients alike a positive outlook in nuclear medicine.

In the pages of this supplement, published by Imaging Technology News in partnership with Philips Healthcare, industry consultant Greg Freiherr explores the benefits of digital PET/CT and the impacts it can have on patients.

Readers will learn about how digital PET/CT is improving the patient experience, how digital receptors can increase efficiency and image precision, and the ways digital PET is better than analog. Strengthening the personalized medicine industry, these new PET technologies will continue to grow and flourish in the global marketplace.

See about how clinicians are using digital PET/CT. Read the supplement here

 

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