PET (positron emission tomography) and CT (computed tomography) imaging have become essential diagnostic tools physicians use to reveal the presence and severity of cancer, neurological conditions and cardiovascular disease.

Combining these technologies in a single study through PET-CT imaging has proven to be effective in better understanding these conditions. For patients with cancer, PET-CT is helpful in both detecting cancer and determining the extent to which a patient's therapy is working.

Spectrum Health offers the latest PET-CT scanning technology, which provides high quality images and enhanced information for diagnosis and treatment. Spectrum Health was chosen as the first clinical site worldwide to use new PET-CT imaging equipment from Siemens, a company that develops technology for health care.

PET-CT scanning at Spectrum Health is offered through our radiology department, which provides high quality, specialized services at convenient locations throughout West Michigan. We are committed to meeting the highest accreditation standards in the medical imaging industry.

We offer state-of-the-art technology and physicians with specialized knowledge and experience in their fields. Meet the leaders of the PET-CT team at Spectrum Health, who are experts in this area of imaging and its diagnostic and therapeutic uses.

To learn more about Spectrum Health's PET-CT imaging services, read our frequently asked questions.


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