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Top 3 imaging needs for SPECT/CT in theranostics


When establishing a theranostics practice, differentiating between technologies can be challenging. To better understand why not all SPECT/CTs are created equal, three points quickly rise to the top of the list:

    Medium‑ and high-energy isotope imaging vs. low‑energy only
5 vs. 14 workflow steps
Quantitative accuracy within 5% vs. unknown accuracy

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