Molecular imaging



Molecular Imaging


Molecular Imaging enables the visualization of the cellular function and the follow-up of the in-vivo molecular process in living organisms.




PET is one of the nuclear medicine imaging methods that can display the physiological, chemical, and functional images of the human body in three dimensions using radiopharmaceuticals that emit positron.




Radiopharmaceuticals injection            When positron undergoes annihilation, gamma-ray is decteced                  PET 3D tomographic image acquisition



PET is widely used to diagnose various cancers, and it is known as a useful test for differential diagnosis of cancer, staging, evaluation of recurrence, and judgment of treatment effect.



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