A single-photon emission computerized tomography (SPECT) scan is an imaging test which allows your physician to analyze the functions of some of the internal organs of your body. It’s a type of nuclear imaging test, which means it uses a radioactive material and a special camera to create 3-D pictures.
Imaging tests like X-rays can show what the structure inside the body look like, while a SPECT scan generates images that show how your organs work. For example, A SPECT imaging can show how blood flows to the heart or what areas of the brain are more active or less active.
We at the Institute of Nuclear Medicine & Molecular Imaging have a state-of-the-art SPECT imaging center equipped with maximum medical tools and technologies, used in the imaging procedure. We have a team of qualified radiologists, who diagnose you in a caring and compassionate environment.