PET and CT

Positron Emission Tomography/Computed Tomography (PET/CT)

University of Maryland Medical Center physicians are using one of the nation's most advanced combination PET/CT scanners.

This state-of-the-art imaging system gives doctors highly defined, 3-D images of form and function inside a patient's body.

These detailed images provide doctors with critical information used in treating conditions such as cancer and heart disease.

This site provides information about the benefits and applications of this cutting edge imaging system.

Photo of a CT scan (left) and PET scan (right) showing cancer in a body
Photo of a Gemini open PET/CT

UM Medical Center's Division of Nuclear Medicine sets a new standard in the integration of anatomical and metabolic data with the Gemini open PET/CT.

This page was last updated: December 13, 2013

         
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