SPECT used to detect abnormalities after skull surgery

07/23/2008 | Doctor's Guide

SPECT may be used to monitor patients for carotid artery functionality after surgery on the skull for head and neck tumors, according to a new study presented at the American Head and Neck Society 7th International Conference on Head and Neck Cancer. The research showed that the use of SPECT scanning after treatment revealed abnormalities such as hypoperfusion that were otherwise undetectable.

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