Diagnosing metastisis (mets) using CT is fairly standard. Siemens recently came out with their 64 slice machine which is faster and (I believe) higher resolution than the 32. I had my CT on a 32 slice CT and the technician that administered the CT said their was no appreciable difference for assessing mets between the two machines for PCa.
I didn't see any posts on the subject in this forum.
I am in the process of making a decision about which PCa mitigation approach to take. The radiologist interpreting my CT results found no mets to adjacent tissues. My concern is that if the 64 was more accurate and found mets then my approach might be different.
Any experience in this area or reference material?