Earlier this week I mentioned being able to see my second PET scan result. This is a scan that not many people know a lot about, including myself before I first had to get a PET scan. So for this weeks multimedia Friday post I thought it would be worthwhile to share a couple of videos about the PET scan.
Up first is a video explaining the basics of how a PET scan works. This video is just over five minutes long.
Up next is a video of someone showing their PET scan results. I like this video because it shows the “slices” of the body in the same way my oncologist shows me the scan results. The video also includes white spots similar to the cancer in my scans taken. This video is just under 8 minutes long, but only about the first four minutes are looking at the PET images. The author of this video does not allow it to be streamed from other websites. But if you hit play on the video you can simply click on “watch this video on YouTube”.
Finally I want to share this video explaining the difference between MRI scans, PET scans, and CAT scans. I found it to be interesting. The video is five minutes long.
Bonus Music Video
Up first is kind of a silly song from comedian Dana Carvey. But I couldn’t get this song out of my head earlier this week when writing about R-CHOP, the chemo regiment I am on. Even now in the back of my head I’m singing the lyrics “Ima chopping broccoli!”
For the metal fans we have System of A Down with their song Chop Suey. Not only does this song include the word chop, but in many ways it probably is relevant for too many cancer patients.