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European Society for Hybrid Medical Imaging Launched

2015 27 Nov

The European Society of Radiology (ESR) has announced the launch of a new subspecialty society, the European Society for Hybrid Medical Imaging (ESHI). The new society will be officially inaugurated at the European Congress of Radiology (ECR) in March 2016. Membership is open to both radiologists and nuclear medicine physicians.ESHI has been created... Read more

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Agfa HealthCare Highlights 'Need For Speed' with Enterprise Imaging at EANM 2015

2015 07 Oct

Integrated solution allows departments to excel in efficiency, clinical throughput and cross-department communicationSolution offers fully automated workflow for the nuclear medicine department, advanced image processing and speech recognition.Enables increased personalization of patient care through enhanced collaboration. Agfa HealthCare announces... Read more

Health Management

2015 18 Mar

Professor Arturo Chiti was elected as the President Elect of the European Association of Nuclear Medicine (EANM) in October 2012 and took office in January 2015. Chiti says he is “very proud, happy and excited” to take up the new challenge. Professor Chiti is Full Professor of Diagnostic Imaging at Humanitas University and Director of the Nuclear... Read more

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The Modern Radiology Department

2014 08 Nov

Key Points • A central, integrated radiology department offers many opportunities with regard to quality, 24/7 coverage, logistics, economics, management and specialised logistic support compared to decentralised imaging structures. • Sub-specialisation related to clinical fields and continuous participation in multidisciplinary activities in the hospital... Read more

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New Imaging System Enhances Paediatric Procedures

2014 13 Sep

Children undergoing scans at a Leeds hospital are receiving an enhanced experience as a result of the implementation of new SPECT•CT technology. Leeds General Infirmary has been able to offer significantly increased image quality and heightened diagnostic capabilities to patients following the introduction of aSymbia™ T Series SPECT•CT system from Siemens... Read more

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New Isotope Separation Method Will Avert Mo-99 Shortage

2014 07 Jul

University of Texas researchers have developed an inexpensive method of isotope enrichment that could put an end to the critical shortage of isotopes commonly used in nuclear medicine, such as Molybdenum-99. Magnetically Activated and Guided Isotope Separation (MAGIS) consumes a fraction of the electricity involved in the most current method of separating... Read more

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