Advances in hybrid and dual-modality imaging - ESR Connect

Research Presentation Session

RPS 106 - Advances in hybrid and dual-modality imaging

March 4, 10:30 - 11:30 CET

  • 6 Lectures
  • 60 Minutes
  • 6 Speakers
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Description

RPS 106-2
5 min
Prospective comparison between 18F-FDG PET/MRI, MRI, CT and bone scintigraphy for the detection of bone metastases in the initial staging of primary breast cancer patients
Nils-Martin Bruckmann, Düsseldorf / Germany
RPS 106-3
5 min
Ultrafast, low dose FDG oncologic whole-body PET/CT: phase 2 study findings
Michelle Knopp, Cincinnati, OH / United States
RPS 106-4
5 min
Imaging locoregional lymph nodes in newly diagnosed breast cancer patients: comparison of PET/MRI, MRI and sonography
Janna Morawitz, Düsseldorf / Germany
RPS 106-5
5 min
Impact of PET/CT on the management of patients with oesophagal cancer: results from a PET/CT registry study
Christian Philipp Reinert, Tübingen / Germany
RPS 106-6
5 min
Bimodal instrument markers for magnetic particle and magnetic resonance imaging
Franz Wegner, Lübeck / Germany
RPS 106-7
5 min
Feasibility and performance of free-hand single-photon computed tomography/ultrasonography for preoperative parathyroid adenoma localization: a pilot study
Mélanie Champendal, Lausanne / Switzerland
25 min
Live Q&A

Categories and Tags

  • CHANNEL 5

CME Information

This session is accredited with 1 CME credit.

Moderators

Presenter

Sergios Gatidis

Tübingen, Germany

Speakers

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Nils-Martin Bruckmann

Düsseldorf, Germany

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Michelle I Knopp

Columbus, United States

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Janna Morawitz

Düsseldorf, Germany

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Christian Philipp Reinert

Tübingen, Germany

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Franz Wegner

Lübeck, Germany

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Mélanie Champendal

Lausanne, Switzerland