Why are PET scans not utilized in the examination of the brain for Alzheimer's marker identification?

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They often are. If one was not offered for the person you are concerned about, I'd see a specialist who knows about them. They can point out what part of the brain is damaged. You may have to see a neurologist or psychiatrist for this.

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