New dual-phase imaging protocol reduces costs and radiation exposure for cognitively impaired patients

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A novel nuclear medicine imaging protocol can take the place of two separate imaging scans for the evaluation of brain changes linked to cognitive impairment, cutting costs and radiation exposure for patients as well as providing them greater comfort.

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