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PET for Assessing Cancer Treatment Respo...

PET for Assessing Cancer Treatment Response.
Time: 08:30 AM – 10:00 AM Author: Neeta Pandit-Taskar, MD, and, Richard L. Wahl, MD Code: RC811 Objective: This session discusses important methods used for evaluation of treatment response. It highlights the important examination findings on PET CT using FDG PET and other novel tracers to understand how to avoid potential pitfalls. Attendees will learn how to interpret relevant...

Case-based Review of Nuclear Medicine: P...

Case-based Review of Nuclear Medicine: PET/CT Workshop—Head and Neck Cancers
Time: 08:30 AM – 10:00 AM Author: Michael M. Graham MD, PhD, and Michael M. Graham, MD, PhD Code: CC31 Objective: This session recognizes the appearance of normal structures of the head and neck in FDG PET CT studies. It also recognizes the appearance and location of common tumors of the head and neck in FDG PET CT studies. Attendees will learn the nodal stations in the head and...

Breast/Nuclear Medicine/Molecular Imagin...

Breast/Nuclear Medicine/Molecular Imaging Series: Breast Imaging in the Era of Molecular Medicine
Time: 08:30 AM – 12:00 PM Author: Robyn L. Birdwell, MD, and Homer Aquino Macapinlac, MD Code: VM21 Objective: This session has sixteen sections. First is Session Introduction and Overview, while the second is Molecular Pathways That Define Breast Cancer Subtypes. The third section is Molecular Breast Imaging for Breast Cancer Screening in Women with Mammographically Dense...

Improving Your PET Practice.

Improving Your PET Practice.
Time: 08:30 AM – 10:00 AM Author: Harry Agress and Paul David Shreve Code: RC211 Objective: Attendees will learn more about the common pitfalls of PET/CT image interpretation in a busy radiology practice and solutions for interpretive errors and oversights. This session discusses key significance of thoroughly evaluating both the PET (metabolic) and CT (anatomic) components and...

High-Resolution Radionuclide Breast Imag...

High-Resolution Radionuclide Breast Imaging.
Time: 2:00 PM- 3:30 PM Author: Rachel Frydman Brem, MD, and Wendie A. Berg,MD, PhD. Code: RC111 Objective: Attendees will understand currently approved uses of dedicated positron emission tomographic breast imaging (“positron emission mammography (PEM)”), including local staging, response to primary chemotherapy, and evaluation of possible recurrence. The session will...