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World Molecular Imaging Congress (WMIC) 2021

2021 06 Oct

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World Molecular Imaging Congress (WMIC) 2019

2019 04 Sep

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#ECR2019: 5 year success EuroSafe Imaging

2019 06 Mar

EuroSafe Imaging celebrated 5 years of success in it’s mission to support and strengthen medical radiation protection across Europe following a holistic, inclusive approach with a dedicated series of sessions, activities and events during this year’s European Congress of Radiology . The flagship initiative created by the European Society of... Read more

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EMIM 2019 - 14th European Molecular Imaging Meeting

2019 19 Mar

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ISICEM18: Imaging deep into the lungs

2018 28 Mar

A medical imaging technology under development that enabled doctors to see bacteria deep inside patients' lungs for the first time was one of the highlights of ISICEM 2018. A molecular imaging system under development by the PROTEUS consortium has enabled doctors to see bacteria deep inside the distal lung for the first time. Kev Dhaliwal, Professor... Read more

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13th European Molecular Imaging Meeting - EMIM 2018

2018 20 Mar

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Molecular Imaging for Renal Mass Characterisation

2017 31 May

Several studies have laid the foundation for the widespread use of molecular imaging for renal mass characterisation. Additional prospectively collected data as well as research in quantitative imaging methods and the development of novel radiotracers could usher in an era of non-invasive renal mass characterisation, according to an Editorial published... Read more

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Molecular Imaging as Tool in Precision Cancer Care

2017 02 Jan

New molecular imaging technologies can make it easier to diagnose, monitor and treat cancers, and finding a way to use these noninvasive techniques more widely in clinical settings should be a top priority, according to experts from the Abramson Cancer Center and the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. See Also :... Read more