PET/CT webinar series

Our PET/CT webinar series gives you in depth information about the trends in the field, presented by international pioneers.

Note: The views expressed in the presentations are those of the speaker and not, necessarily, of the BIR or the other involved institutions

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 Take a look at our titles below:

Normal variants and pitfalls in FDG/PET imaging

Professor Gary Cook explains the  role of 18FDG/PET in medical imaging.

Theranostics in prostate cancer

Professor Hossein Jadvar looks at advances in the diagnosis and treatment of prostate cancer.                     

Molecular imaging and therapy of lymphoma

Professor Eric M Rohren talks about the molecular approach for understanding and treating lymphomas.

PET/CT in lung cancer staging

Professor Klaus Strobel explains how PET/CT has revolutionised lung cancer diagnosis.

PET/CT in head and neck cancer

Professor Tim Van Den Wyngaert talks about new developments in the diagnosis and treatment of these rare forms of cancer

PET/CT in multiple myeloma

Dr Cristina Nanni examines the role of PET/CT technology in diagnosis and therapy of multiple myeloma.

PET/CT In urological malignancy

Professor Stefano Fanti examines trends in the use of PET/CT for imaging prostate cancer.

PET/CT in cardiology

Professor Sharmila Dorbala explains the role of PET/CT in cardiology.

PET/CT in brain tumor imaging

Dr Egesta Lopci describes the use of PET/CT in brain tumor imaging

CPD points are available for these webinars. Please complete and return the self reflection form after watching each video.

UCLH sponsors PET-CT webinarsRoyal Free Hospital sponsors PET-CT webinarsSiemens Healthineers sponsors PET-CT webinars

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