The vet care process is similar to any other medical procedure. The vet gets you in the exam room and performs a physical exam. The vet will take a look at your medical history and any allergies, then evaluate your condition. If it doesn’t fit the diagnosis, the vet may decide to do some more testing.
As for the results of the physical exam, we should be expecting to see an x-ray or CT scan. The vet can then decide if the findings are sufficient to determine what needs to be done in order to properly care for your pet.
Most vets will let you know what type of PET scan is recommended based on the results of the exam. PET scans are basically a CT scan with a dye injected into your body. A PET scan shows the exact location of the dye and how your body reacts to it. It shows what the best treatment options are for each location. I would imagine that a PET scan would be able to show more detail than a CT scan.
PET scans are also more expensive than CT scans. I don’t know how many pets you’ll be able to save with a PET scan, but I bet you’ll be able to save money by getting a CT scan.
PET scans are also really good for helping your vet pinpoint exactly where the problem might be. The only reason I’m against PET scans is because I’ve seen a ton of bad PET scans. I also don’t like the idea of getting a PET scan just to find something that doesn’t exist. I know people who have had PET scans done to save things that didn’t even exist before.
Well, I think the biggest reason why I think PET scans are great is because there are so many people out there who dont know what to look for in a PET scan.
There are a lot of reasons why a vet might choose to get a PET scan for a problem. The most obvious is that a certain kind of cancer might grow if something isnt done. Or you might have developed an infection that needs to be diagnosed. But I think the most important reason is because a PET scan allows the vet to see the exact location of your problem with real-time precision. It’s also not a great idea to have PET scans done just because they look good.
But there is a difference between a PET scan and a CT scan because each of these machines has their own unique capabilities. And while they might be similar in some ways, there are also significant differences in the tools used to perform these types of scans.
PET scans are basically CT scans with the addition of some added scanning ability to identify the location of the problem. These scans are usually used in cases where a blood vessel is diseased and needs to be surgically removed (with the possibility of getting a second surgery to repair the blood vessel). PET scans are also used in cases where the body has an infection and needs to be treated surgically (such as a head wound). A CT scan is basically just a CT scan.
PET scans are pretty bad, because they are extremely time consuming to do. And if you want to find the problems with a PET scan, you have to look in the wrong places. For example, if you have a bad head wound and a PET scan of your head will show no problem, you might be looking in the wrong place.