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The National Institutes of Health Clinical Center began imaging patients last week on a first-of-its-kind, whole-body simultaneous positron emission topography (PET) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) device.
While a strong increase in the installed base of magnetic resonance and positron emission topography modalities is anticipated to drive the markets for equipment maintenance, service providers must overcome healthcare facilities' fear of investing to make money.
They will also examine various biological markers of the disease, using magnetic resonance imaging to measure the degree of shrinkage in the brain and positron emission topography to assess the extent of amyloid buildup in the brain.
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