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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...

Imaging Challenges for Radiation Oncolog...

Imaging Challenges for Radiation Oncology.
Time: 2:00 PM- 3:30 PM Author: Jon J. Kruse, PhD, Douglas Moseley, and Bas W. Raaymakers Code: RC122 Objective: This session includes three sections. The first is 2D Radiographic Imaging, which discusses the advantages and drawbacks of 2D radiographic localization compared to more sophisticated techniques. This section will also mention a wide range of radiographic techniques from MV...

The Role of Interventional Oncology in P...

The Role of Interventional Oncology in Primary and Metastatic Cancer of the Lung.
Time: 1:30 PM- 6:00 PM Authors: Stephen Solomon, MD Code: VO11 Objective: This session includes 18 sections, which are discussing lung cancer. The session will discuss a number of interesting topics, such as staging, surgery, and radiation of Primary Lung Cancer, in addition to chemotherapy and targeted therapies for Primary Lung Cancer, ablation of primary lung cancer and its results....

President’s Address: Radiology, Re...

President’s Address: Radiology, Reimagined.
CHICAGO—Radiology is on the cusp of once again refining the practice of medicine, according to an address Sunday morning by RSNA president Hedvig Hricak, M.D., Ph.D. “Cross-sectional anatomic imaging transformed radiology into an essential guiding hand of medical practice,” she said. “Now we are adding metabolic and functional imaging and evolving from descriptive reporting into...