Diagnostic imaging and medical scans are vital in accurately diagnosing and cancer staging, as well as tracking the progress of treatment. Comprehensive Cancer Centers’ treatment centers are equipped with Nevada imaging services, making access to tests and scans convenient for you, and ensuring your physicians have timely access to the results.
The following diagnostic imaging services are available:
Axumin PET Scans
Axumin PET Scans are offered at Comprehensive Cancer Centers to achieve early detection of recurrent prostate cancer after surgery or radiation.
Computed Tomography (CT) is an imaging tool that uses special x-ray equipment to reveal the body’s detailed anatomic structure with great clarity. It is commonly used in detecting, diagnosing and staging cancer.
Low-Dose CT Lung Cancer Screening
Early detection is a proven, successful strategy for fighting many forms of cancer. Comprehensive Cancer Centers of Nevada offers screening with low-dose computed tomography (CT) for people at high risk for lung cancer, the only recommended screening test for the disease.
LDCT is used to find nodules in the lungs and takes many pictures of the inside of your body from different angles using x-rays. The amount of radiation used is much lower than standard doses of a CT scan and contrast dye should not be used. Designated ACR Lung Cancer Screening Center at all four locations: Northwest, Central Valley, Southwest and Henderson.
NETSPOT is a radioactive probe that helps track down and pinpoint NETs. This happens via the positron emission of a gallium 68 dotatate injection, an active agent for positron emission tomography (PET) imaging.
Positron Emission Tomography (PET) is a sophisticated camera that takes pictures of your body’s cells, producing powerful images unobtainable by other imaging techniques.
A PET/CT scan combines two powerful imaging techniques into one of the most advanced medical imaging tools available. Positron Emission Tomography (PET) shows a body’s metabolic activity, while Computed Tomography (CT) shows anatomy. When fused together, the information from these scans can be used with a high degree of confidence to detect, localize, and assess the stage of a variety of cancers.