PET/MR beats PET/CT at imaging suspected occult tumors

PET/MR has proven more precise than PET/CT in a prospective study comparing the modalities on their in-practice utility for clarifying the workup of cancers of unknown primary origin, according to research published in Clinical Nuclear Medicine.

Tetsuro Sekine, MD, PhD, of the University of Zurich in Switzerland and Nippon Medical School in Japan and colleagues performed sequential PET/CT and PET/MR in 43 patients who were referred for suspected occult primary tumors. Read more.

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