IAEA & SNMMI Complimentary CT Webinar Series

This webinar series is designed to increase the professional's knowledge of cross sectional anatomy and common pathology to improve interpretive skills when CT is performed in conjunction with PET or SPECT. Normal anatomy and common pathological findings will be reviewed in a live, interactive case-based format that simulates clinical practice. Participants will be able to use a computer workstation, notebook, tablet, or smart phone to review cases with an expert, although a larger viewing monitor is recommended. Participants will be asked one question after each case presentation using an audience response system that allows participants to evaluate their knowledge and diagnostic skills compared to their peers.

CT cases of one anatomic region (head and neck, thorax, or abdomen and pelvis) will be reviewed during each 1-hour webinar. There will be an additional 15 minutes for participants to ask questions. 

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17 October 2017 - English
Chirayu Shah, MD
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Upon completion of this activity, participants will be able to:

  • Discuss the basis and indications for Ga-68 DOTATE PET/CT imaging
  • Discuss patient preparation for Ga-68 DOTATATE PET/CT
  • Discuss physiologic distribution as well as false positive and false negatives with regards to Ga-68 DOTATATE PET/CT.


About the Presenter:

Dr. Shah is an assistant professor of Radiology and Radiological Sciences at Vanderbilt University Medical Center with a joint appointment at the affiliated Nashville VA hospital. He is dual certified in Radiology and Nuclear Medicine. He has several publications focused on molecular imaging and tumor imaging and has co-edited a book focused on resident education Titled Nuclear Medicine: A Core Review. His research passions include lung cancer imaging and molecular imaging of cancers.


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