Today: 21.Nov.2017

Leonne Prompers, Medical manager, nuclear medicine Physician bij Zuyderland: EANM Brochure - Principles and Practice of PET/CT, Part 2 A Technologist's Guide with 41 contributing authors. Principles of PET radiochemistry. Clinical applications of PET/CT in oncology. Clinical applications of PET/CT in infection and inflammation. Clinical applications of PET/CT in cardiology. Clinical applications of PET/CT in neurology.

Bernard Songy, Médecin, Cardiologie nucléaire, David Lussato, M.D., Mohamed Guernou, Médecin nucléaire, Gil Kovalski Ph.D. Biomedical Engineering: Description of nuclear medicine practice at Centre Cardiologique du Nord, (CCN) Paris, France.

European Association of Nuclear Medicine: Many people associate the term, nuclear medicine, with dangerous radiation. These concerns are unfounded. While it is true that radioactive substances are used, the exposure doses to the patient are so low according to the European Association of Nuclear Medicine (EANM) that they do not call into question the benefits of the diagnostic and therapeutic possibilities of nuclear medicine.

Mythri Shankar, M.D.: Dr. Mythri Shankar has trained extensively in Nuclear Medicine from various globally renowned institutions such as UCLA, Cedars Sinai, Children's Hospital of Los Angeles, and Harvard Medical School. She is a member of several international organizations such as the American Society of Nuclear Cardiology and the Society of Nuclear Medicine (USA & India). She is a member of the International Board of Advisors for Environmentalists for Nuclear - USA, website: efn-usa.org.

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