A PET Scan (Position emission tomography) takes images to detect abnormalities in tissue. The most common diseases detected by a PET are cancers in the brain, breast or organs, neurological disorders, epilepsy, heart disease and Alzheimer’s disease.
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To keep you safe, your doctor or MRI technician will interview you before scheduling your diagnostic test. These interviews are conducted for your protection, so it's important that you schedule and attend your interview without delay. If you've never undergone this type of screening for a medical procedure, here is some information about what you can expect.