Survey on PET/CT reporting

We would like to kindly ask you to complete a short survey on PET/CT reporting! The aim of the survey is get a better understanding on how the reporting of those examinations is being conducted throughout Europe and the world.

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Newsletter – March 2018

In this newsletter: Meet the new ESHIMT board New hybrid imaging modality: PET-CT-UUI Case: Type 1 Autoimmune Pancreatitis: 18F-FDG-PET/CT imaging Webinar: “PET/MRI – Best of Both Worlds” (April 25) Interview with ESHIMT President Thomas Beyer...
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Interview with ESHIᴹᵀ President Prof. Thomas Beyer

The newly elected ESHIMT President Prof. Thomas Beyer was invited for an interview with Philip Ward from Auntminnie and talked about the situation of hybrid imaging in Europe. From “The successful clinical implementation of hybrid imaging in...
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New Hybrid Imaging Modality: PET–CT–UUI

French researchers have combined traditional PET-CT and ultrafast ultrasound imaging (UUI) to create a new hybrid imaging modality that can identify metabolic activities while capturing rapid phenomena with high resolution.

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Visit our trailer at ECR 2018

Visit our trailer at ECR 2018 Visit our hybrid imaging trailer right in front of the main building of ECR! Learn more about the society and meet our present and future board members, while sipping on a nice cup of coffee and enjoying some sweets.  If you would like to...
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ECR 2018: Sessions you should not miss!

Are you coming to ECR 2018? We have compiled a selection of sessions that you should not miss if you are interested in hybrid, molecular and functional imaging! You can find it below.

If you cannot make it to all of them, here are the 5 ultimate highlights at the upcoming ECR

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ESHI Photo Competition – Winners

We have received many great photos, drawings and illustrations for our ESHI Photo Competition in connection to the ESHI educational course on “Hybrid Imaging in Oncology” from December 14-15 in Vienna. The prize jury reviewed all contributions and had the...

Photo Competition

Post a picture on facebook and win an Apple Watch Series 3 or one of two Nespresso Inissia Machines!

PET/CT for Prostate Cancer: From Diagnosis to Metastasis

An article by: Andres F. Correa and Marc C. Smaldone Published on: Improvements in cancer care have been closely linked to advances in imaging technologies, as these have allowed for more accurate diagnosis, staging, and surveillance of the...

PET aids prostate cancer detection, therapy plans

PET aids prostate cancer detection & therapy plans   Austrian and U.S. researchers have increased the detection of disease recurrence after radical prostatectomy by using PET imaging with a novel gallium-68 prostate-specific membrane antigen (PSMA) conjugated...

ESHI Webinars Attract Registrants from 65 Countries

The ESHI Webinar Series is going into a well deserved summer break. So far, five distinguished experts in the field of hybrid imaging shared their knowledge about various modalities and subspecialties related to the fusion of nuclear medicine and radiology. We have...

U.K. releases DRLs for hybrid imaging

A new U.K.-wide survey of radiation dose administered in a broad range of PET/CT and SPECT/CT imaging procedures has resulted in diagnostic reference levels (DRLs) for six common examinations, including cardiac and bone SPECT/CT.

SPECT/CT advances routine oral cancer assessment

SPECT/CT advances routine oral cancer assessment May 18, 2017 — With the addition of SPECT/CT, clinicians can find previously undetected sentinel lymph nodes in patients with early-stage oral cancer, according to a study published in the June issue of the...


Register free of charge, free hotel room, free travel! ESR, ESHI and ESOR have decided to support young radiologists, oncologists and nuclear medicine physicians in their specialty training by fully subsidising this unique ESOR course and enabling participants to learn more about hybrid medical imaging.

Hybrid imaging: Collaboration’s top priority for ESHI

An article by Frances Rylands-Monk, from “It has been a great first year,” said Dr. Katrine Riklund, PhD, who also is chair of the European Society of Radiology’s (ESR) board of directors, in an interview with