Irving, TX – Aug 26, 2020 – PET/CT Las Colinas uses high-end equipment and innovative imaging techniques to deliver quality testing results for their patients. Their physicians are highly specialized in various imaging procedures, including Netspot scans. Accredited by the American College of Radiology, PET/CT Las Colinas is dedicated to imaging excellence.
Netspot scanning is a novel imaging technology that accurately diagnoses early neuroendocrine tumors. The procedure allows physicians to locate, measure, and monitor the activity of neuroendocrine tumors. Its high sensitivity helps to locate tumors that are isolated. Using dotatate molecules with gallium 68, Netspot scans are capable of detecting high amounts of lesions.
Netspot scans help physicians to quantify tumor activity. They’ll then use PET scans to calculate their standard uptake value and understand the level of activity of the tumors.This imaging procedure is safe and takes only 30 minutes. It uses very minimal doses of radiation and has been very helpful in treating neuroendocrine tumors effectively.
PET/CT Las Colinas keeps up with the latest technology to ensure patients receive high levels of care. Their Netspot scans are conducted with utmost accuracy and reliability. The center offers comprehensive and compassionate imaging services that assist oncologists in planning care for cancer patients.
Patients prefer PET/CT Las Colinas because of its excellent diagnostic services. Their cutting edge technology allows practitioners to assess the patient’s condition and tailor treatment based on accurate imaging results. The center ensures caring and compassionate care in a comfortable atmosphere.
The use of Netspot scans at PET/CT Las Colinas has significantly changed the way neuroendocrine tumors are treated and managed. With less radiation exposure, patients’ overall treatment experience is enhanced. PET/CT Las Colinas is proud to be one of the imaging centers patients can rely on for cutting edge Netspot scans that help to diagnose, treat, and manage neuroendocrine tumors accurately.