Patient News
Imaging Tools for
Superior Cancer


Affiliated with Denton Oncology Center
940-380-8155 (phone) • 940-380-8159 (fax)

 Our Location In Denton

View Larger Map

PET/CT Imaging of North Texas

2900 North I-35, Ste 119
Denton, TX  76201

940-349-9292 - Office
940-387-8002 - Fax

Michael D. Mooney, CNMT, PET
Technical Director
214-878-0303 - Cell


PET/CT Imaging of North Texas
 State-Of-The-Art Cancer Imaging In North Texas

PET/CT Scanner North TexasPositron Emission Tomography (PET) and Computerized Tomography (CT) are both state-of-the-art imaging tools that allow physicians to pinpoint the location of cancer within the body before making treatment recommendations. The highly sensitive PET scan images the biology of disorders at the molecular level, while the CT scan provides a detailed picture of the body's internal anatomy. The PET/CT scan combines the strengths of these two well-established imaging modalities into a single scan.

A CT scan is able to detect and localize changes in the body structure or anatomy, such as the size, shape and exact location of an abnormal growth, a sizeable tumor or a musculoskeletal injury.

A PET scan is very different from an ultrasound, X-ray, MRI, or CT scan. A PET scan allows the physician to distinguish between living and dead tissue or between benign and malignant disorders. Since a PET scan images the biology of disorders at the molecular level, it can help the physician detect abnormalities in cellular activity at a very early stage, generally before anatomic changes are visible.

Alone, each imaging test has particular benefits and limitations but by combining these two state-of the-art technologies, physicians can more accurately diagnose, localize and monitor cancer, as well as heart disease and certain brain disorders.

Contact us today!

Footer Bar
HOME PAGE | PHYSICIAN'S INFO | PATIENT INFO | CONTACT US Copyright © PET/CT Imaging of North Texas. All rights reserved.
Web design by Blue Troop