DaTscan studies now performed at Diagnostic Imaging Services

DaTscan is an imaging technology that uses small amounts of a radioactive drug to help determine how much dopamine is available in a person’s brain. A machine similar to but smaller than an MRI machine, called a single photon emission computed tomography or SPECT scanner, measures the amount and location of the drug in the brain. DaTscans cannot diagnose Parkinson’s … Read More