Published in Telemedicine Business Week, June 15th, 2005
The aim of a study from the United States was "to prospectively determine whether combined PET and CT is more accurate than either PET or CT alone in depicting malignant lesions in the head and neck. [The] study was approved by the institutional review board, and patient informed consent was waived."
"Sixty-five consecutive patients (42 men, 23 women; age range, 43-83 years) known to have or suspected of having head and neck cancer were examined with combined PET/CT. CT was performed with...
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