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Answered: PET Scan

I don't think so. Ask your doctor to explain just what it is, and what it can and can not detect. This should have been explained to you so you know what the doctor is lqooking for.Ask him the questions when in doubt about something, so it will be clear in your mind what will be happening. Good ...

Answered: How accurate is PET scan at diagnosing breast cancer?

The best thing is for them to remove a small portion of the growth if you have one and do biopsy on it. If you don't have cancer it will show that and then no harm is done except for a small scar.

Answered: Why pets for older citzens?

I did not get your question, what you want to ask? I think pets are good source of entertainment for older citizens.

Answered: Pet injury

It is possible but it depends if there is a sharp point your pet could get in contact with , if you see this then you need to remove it.
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Answered: How can I keep real-time scanning from turning off immediately after I

Hi there: So I can better assist you, could you please provide me with additional information? Thank you.
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