ESHI/ESMOFIR Satellite Symposium: Evolving Hybrid Imaging into Clinical Practice
April 8, 2017, 09.00 – 17.00
Subsequent to the European Molecular Imaging Meeting 2017, the ESHI in collaboration with ESMOFIR organises a Satellite Symposium dedicated “Evolving hybrid imaging into clinical practice” which will take place on Saturday, April 8, 2017.
ESHI members still benefit of the early fee. Register here.
This course is aimed at radiologists, nuclear medicine physicians and researchers in medical imaging who want to update their knowledge on state-of-the-art hybrid medical imaging. The programme includes basics on hybrid imaging techniques, both on PET-CT and PET-MRI, expanding on the technical background and tracers, but will also give a broad overview on dedicated clinical applications such as hybrid imaging in oncology, cardiovascular imaging or brain imaging. The expert faculty comprises nuclear medicine physicians and radiologists who will provide a series of lectures describing indications and advances in hybrid imaging. Concluding, this course will provide a broad overview of the latest developments in hybrid imaging, as well as a good networking opportunity.
The European Society for Hybrid Medical Imaging
The mission of ESHI is to engage in multi-level training and education, in setting and promoting high-quality standards of hybrid imaging, as well as in supporting science and research activities to further advance hybrid imaging, also in close collaboration with industrial partners.
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The IAEA and the ESR have concluded a practical arrangement on cooperation in the area of diagnostic imaging, with a special focus on hybrid imaging.
Radiology Center Vienna
“We cannot imagine operating either SPECT/CT or PET/CT without the joint efforts of radiology and nuclear medicine specialists,” say Martha Hoffmann, MD and Philipp Peloschek, MD.
Read the full interview and find more information about the Radiology Center here.
Have a look at the case they submitted: Avascular necrosis of the knee: 99mTc-HDP bone SPECT/CT and MRI
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