What is PET ? 

 

How PET Works ? 

 

Why PET Works ? 

 

What PET Sees ? 

 

Story of PET  

 
 
  Positron Emission Tomography (PET) is a powerful imaging technique that holds great promise in the diagnosis and treatment of many diseases, particularly cancer. A non-invasive test, PET scans accurately image the cellular function of the human body. In a single PET scan your physician can examine your entire body. PET scanning provides a more complete picture, making it easier for your doctor to diagnose problems, determine the extent of disease, prescribe treatment, and track progress.
PET (Positron Emission Tomography) and CT (Computed Tomography) scans are both standard imaging tools that physicians use to pinpoint disease states in the body. A PET scan demonstrates the biological function of the body before anatomical changes take place, while the CT scan provides information about the body's anatomy such as size, shape and location. By combining these two scanning technologies, a PET/CT scan enables physicians to more accurately diagnose and identify cancer, heart disease and brain disorders.


Highlights

  • 15,000 PET CT Scans….. 7,500 CT scans till date
  • First PETCT in India with Onsite Cyclotron
  • First  to do Ammonia Myocardial Perfusion Studies in India
  • First to do Dual Tracer Scans
  • DNB program in Nuclear Medicine
  • Research tie up with University of Stanford U.S.A which is part of multicentre trial including South Africa, Denmark and South Korea
  • 20,000 sft of dedicated space with 9 rooms with 5 star facilities.
  • Radioisotope Sale to other Centers
  • Medical Tourism since 2005 – International patients comprise 25% of our numbers
  • 500 bedded JCI Accredited Hospital Backup for Admissions and Emergencies.
  • Invaluable role in: Medical, Surgical and Radiation Oncology, Cardiology, Cardio Thoracic Surgery, Pulmonology, Neurology, Gastroenterology, Orthopeadics, Gyneacology & General Medicine.
 
     
 

2012 - 2013 - Apollo Gleneagles PET-CT Centre