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Theranostics in nuclear medicine practice

Theranostics in nuclear medicine practice Anna Yordanova,1 Elisabeth Eppard,2 Stefan Kürpig,2 Ralph A Bundschuh,3 Stefan Schönberger,4 Maria Gonzalez-Carmona,5 Georg Feldmann,6 Hojjat Ahmadzadehfar,1 ... Nuclear Medicine 3 Department of Medicine 3, University Hospital Bonn , Bonn , Germany 4 Department of Medicine 1 5 Department of Paediatric Haematology and Oncology The importance of personalized medicine

Highlights of the 30th Annual Congress of the EANM, Vienna 2017: “Yes we can – make nuclear medicine great again”

The 30th Annual Congress of the European Association of Nuclear Medicine (EANM) was held in Vienna, Austria, from 21 to 25 October 2017 under the chairmanship of Professor Francesco Giammarile. As

SPARSELY IONIZING DIAGNOSTIC AND NATURAL BACKGROUND RADIATIONS ARE LIKELY PREVENTING CANCER AND OTHER GENOMIC-INSTABILITY-ASSOCIATED DISEASES

Routine diagnostic X-rays (e.g., chest X-rays, mammograms, computed tomography scans) and routine diagnostic nuclear medicine procedures using sparsely ionizing radiation forms (e.g., beta and gamma ... sparsely ionizing radiation used in nuclear medicine diagnostic procedures, as well as radioisotope-labeled immunoglobulins could be used in conjunction with apoptosis-sensitizing agents (e.g., the natural

Correction to: The role of nuclear medicine in assessments of cardiac dyssynchrony

Department of Nuclear Medicine, Hokkaido University Graduate School of Medicine , Sapporo 1 Department of Radiology, Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine , Kyoto , Japan 2 Department of Cardiovascular

Topics of nuclear medicine research in Europe

Last year in the European Journal of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging, we introduced some recent nuclear medicine research conducted in Japan. This was favorably received by European readers in ... , Japan 6 Department of Diagnostic Imaging and Nuclear Medicine, Kyoto University Graduate School of Medicine , 54 Kawaharacho, Shogoin, Sakyoku, Kyoto 606-8507 , Japan Last year in the European Journal of

Hybrid cardiac imaging using PET/MRI: a joint position statement by the European Society of Cardiovascular Radiology (ESCR) and the European Association of Nuclear Medicine (EANM)

Tübingen , Germany 6 Klinik für Nuklearmedizin , Universitätsklinikum Essen, Hufelandstraße 55, 45122 Essen , Germany 7 UCL Institute of Nuclear Medicine, and NIHR, University College London Hospitals

Is 123I-metaiodobenzylguanidine heart-to-mediastinum ratio dependent on age? From Japanese Society of Nuclear Medicine normal database

of Nuclear Medicine working group. The HMR was calculated from early (15 min) and delayed (3–4 h) anterior planar 123I-MIBG images. All HMRs were standardized to medium-energy general purpose (MEGP ... predictors of serious cardiac events and cardiac death among patients with HF [ 1–5 ]. Reports indicate that decreased HMR (< 1.74 and 2.2) is one variable Department of Nuclear Medicine, Kanazawa

Message from the President-Elect of the World Federation of Nuclear Medicine and Biology

, South Korea 1 Nuclear Medicine, Seoul National University (SNU) and SNU Hospital , Seoul , South Korea The 12th Asia Oceania Congress of Nuclear Medicine has just come to an end. Once again this congress ... corroborated the fact that in Asia and the Oceania region, though many efforts have so far been delivered by the leaders, nuclear medicine is in its infancy in Asia. In the eloquent era of global precision and

Imaging in the Lion City: Singapore Radiology Country Report

in diagnostic radiology, interventional radiology, nuclear medicine and diagnostic radiography continue to evolve in Singapore, with an aim to further increase the range of subspecialty medical imaging ... specialists, including 286 diagnostic radiologists (206 in the public sector and 80 in the private sector) and 23 nuclear medicine physicians (13 in the public sector and 10 in the private sector) ( 6

Nuclear Medicine in the Era of Precision Medicine

technology [ 5 ]. Molecular imaging can be performed with various imaging technologies such as optical imaging, nuclear medicine imaging, computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, ultrasonography ... by researchers; however, they are seldom used in clinical applications, except nuclear medicine, owing to their inherent weaknesses such as poor tissue penetration of imaging signals, low sensitivity

Which Medicine? Medicine-Taking and Changing Sherpa Lives

of this article is to explore the considerable changes in medicine-taking that have occurred over time for the Sherpa inhabitants of the Everest region. I consider a medicine to be something that ... questions about people’s lives and about such topics as education, work, travel, and family to better understand the context of people’s medicine-taking strategies. English, Sherpa, or Nepali was used in

PLoS Medicine

PLoS Biology | http://biology.plosjournals.org PLoS Medicine Barbara Cohen for the Public Library of Science - Omomentum. Authors are pen access is gaining submitting papers in everincreasing ... -forprofit publishers have announced plans to experiment with open-access models for some or all of their journals. Delighted and encouraged, we gear up for the launch of PLoS Medicine this autumnthe next

Legal Medicine

Legal Medicine George G. Lorinczi Follow this and additional works at: http://scholarship.law.marquette.edu/mulr Part of the Law Commons Repository Citation George G. Lorinczi, Legal Medicine, 39 ... Marq. L. Rev. 286 (1956). Available at: http://scholarship.law.marquette.edu/mulr/vol39/iss3/7 - R. B. H. Gradwohl, LEGAL MEDICINE: C. V. Mosby Company, 1954. $20.00. A great deal of literature has

UCF Chemistry Lab Making Strides in Medicine

medicine for other diseases, and this research group aims to add to this market of sensors that are regularly used for medical purposes. In addition to that goal, another goal of the team is to use

Bone radionuclide therapy and increased survival with radium-223 is the way to go for nuclear medicine: the offer that oncologists cannot refuse

, Austria 1 Department of Diagnostic Imaging and Nuclear Medicine, University Hospital San Pedro and Centre for Biomedical Research of La Rioja (CIBIR) , Logroño, La Rioja , Spain 2 Roberto C. Delgado Bolton

Seismic safety evaluation during site selection for the nuclear power plants in Bangladesh

consequences for a densely populated country. This dictates the need for a detailed analysis of the situation prior to the construction of nuclear power plant as required by the IAEA standards. This study ... construction area. It has been shown that the obtained values of the earthquake's peak ground acceleration are at the level below the design basis earthquake (DBE) level and will not lead to nuclear power plant

IDAC-Dose 2.1, an internal dosimetry program for diagnostic nuclear medicine based on the ICRP adult reference voxel phantoms

Background To date, the estimated radiation-absorbed dose to organs and tissues in patients undergoing diagnostic examinations in nuclear medicine is derived via calculations based on models of the ... absorbed dose estimations for diagnostic nuclear medicine using specific absorbed fraction values of the ICRP computational voxel phantoms. The sub-module for absorbed dose calculations in spherical

Division of Maternal-Fetal Medicine

The Division of Maternal-Fetal Medicine presently includes maternal-fetal specialists. They are: Kimberly K. Leslie, MD (Department Head), Stephen K. Hunter, MD, PhD, (Division Director), Jennifer R

Racial Distinctions in Medicine

) Available at: Follow this and additional works at; http; //via; library; depaul; edu/jhcl - RACIAL DISTINCTIONS IN MEDICINE* CharlesSullivan ** Cognitive dissonance is a wonderful thing.1 For years ... dependence may be attributable to the brands African Americans tend to smoke (which in turn might be explained by targeted 2A recent study in the NEW ENGLAND JouRNAL OF MEDICINE confirmed disparities in