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Fundamentals of Oncologic PET/CT

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In the fast-changing age of precision medicine, PET/CT is increasingly important for accurate cancer staging and evaluation of treatment response. Fundamentals of Oncologic PET/CT, by Dr. Gary A. Ulaner, offers an organized, systematic introduction to reading and interpreting PET/CT studies, ideal for radiology and nuclear medicine residents, practicing radiologists, medical oncologists, and radiation oncologists. Synthesizing eight years' worth of cases and lectures from one of the largest cancer centers in the world, this title provides a real-world, practical approach, taking you through the body organ by organ as it explains how to integrate both the FDG PET and CT findings to best interpret each lesion.

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Fundamentals of Oncologic PET/CT, 1e

Section I: Introduction and Fundamentals

1. Introduction to FDG PET/CT

2. Fundamentals of an Oncologic FDG PET/CT Report

Section II: Musculoskeletal System and Body Wal

3. Skeleton

4. Muscle, Nerve

5. Skin, Breast

Section III: Head and Neck

6. Brain

7. Face and Neck

Section IV: Thorax

8. Lung

9. Pleura

10. Mediastinum - Vessels and Masses

11. Cardiac

Section V: Abdominal Solid Organs

12. Hepatobiliary (Liver, Gallbladder, Biliary Tree)

13. Spleen

14. Pancreas

15. Adrenal

16. Kidney

Section VI: Gastrointestinal Tract and Peritoneum

17. Esophagus

18. Stomach

19. Small bowel

20. Colon, Anus

21. Peritoneum

Section VII: Pelvis

22. Ovary

23. Uterus - Endometrium, Myometrium, Cervix

24. Testis

25. Prostate

26. Bladder

Section VIII: Lymph Nodes

27. Lymph Nodes

Section IX: Radiotracers in Development

28. Fluciovine, Dotatate, and Sodium Fluoride

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    Sep 5, 2018
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