PET/CT scanner could detect inflammation in multiple sclerosis better than MRI

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Roger Ordidge, chair of Imaging Science at the University of Melbourne, Australia speaks in this video about a new PET/CT scanner located in the Melbourne Brain Centre and how it might help people with multiple sclerosis. He says that the PET/CT scanner can detect radiopharmaceuticals in the body at 1,000th of the concentration than MRI.

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