Single-photon emission computed tomography combined with X-ray computed tomography (SPECT/CT) is a method of complex radiation-radiological research.

Combining the two technologies in a unified system leads to an increase in the accuracy of both types of research, it is possible to pinpoint the localization of the lesion upon imposition of the image.

The diagnostic value of such studies lies in the high sensitivity of this technique, which makes it possible to obtain functional images reflecting the processes of vital activity of the organs and tissues of the patient’s body in real time at the molecular level.

This allows:

  • To conduct timely diagnostics of oncological diseases with determination of localization and prevalence of the process
  • To differentiate malignant and benign formations of various organs and systems (cardiovascular, endocrine, urinary systems, musculoskeletal system, digestive organs, lungs)
  • Identify the presence of structural changes and functional disorders at the stage of minimal clinical manifestations of the disease

Application of hybrid technology significantly reduces the path to correct diagnosis, the choice of optimal treatment tactics with minimal radiation exposure, time and financial costs.