Nuclear Medicine Imaging in Cary, NC
At Cary PET-CT, Wake Radiology’s technologists and radiologists conduct noninvasive PET scans to help detect and diagnosis disease. Scans normally take two hours and are conducted in a comfortable setting. PET, or positron emission tomography, is a form of nuclear medicine imaging. When you visit our Cary imaging center for a PET-CT scan, you will receive a small amount of radiotracer, which is injected into your vein then you rest quietly for a period of time before scanning can begin. Wake Radiology’s technologists and radiologist use PET-CT for the brain & body to diagnose cancer, lung nodules and many other body abnormalities.
The Benefits of a Cary PET Scan with Wake Radiology
PET-CT scans and nuclear images have proven to be extremely effective in diagnosing illnesses or conditions that other diagnostic imaging techniques cannot. The Cary PET-CT Suite offers a unique outpatient setting with parking just steps from our registration desk and a scan room that has picture windows overlooking a serene natural area. To learn more about PET-CT scans and nuclear medical imaging, call us at 919-854-2190 or visit our contact page for more information on scheduling your PET scan at Wake Radiology. Wake Radiology’s Cary medical center provides PET scans to patients in Cary, Raleigh, Wake Forest, NC and beyond.