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January 2023

Critical Role of PET in Assessing Age Related Disorders
Abass Alavi, Babak Saboury, Ali Gholamrezanezhad, Editors

Clinical imaging is an integral component of management of various diseases and disorders in elderly subjects. Among all imaging modalities, PET/computed tomography (CT) plays a paramount role among various diagnostic modalities in this population for several reasons: (1) PET/CT provides advantages of combining molecular data with those of structural alterations in many settings; (2) PET is more sensitive than CT and MR imaging in detecting early disease; and (3) PET provides accurate quantitative results and therefore allows assessment of disease activity following various interventions.

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