This Month in JNMT

September 17, 2019

The September issue of the Journal of Nuclear Medicine Technology  is now available. This month's publication includes 4 continuing education (CE) articles, 7 scientific articles, 2 brief communications, and a Practical Pointer, among others.

To view this issue, as well as past publications, visit the official JNMT site.

CE-credit articles:

  • Authentic Leadership Theory and Practical Applications in Nuclear Medicine
  • Pharmacology, Part 5: CT and MRI Contrast Media
  • An Introduction to Newer PET Diagnostic Agents and Related Therapeutic Radiopharmaceuticals
  • Sincalide: A Review of Clinical Utility, Proper Infusion Methodology, and Alternative Cholecystogogues

Practical Pointer:

  • Thyroid Uptake Exceeding 100%: How Is That Possible?

Imaging articles:

  • Gated 18F-FDG PET/CT of the Lung Using a Respiratory Spirometric Gating Device: A Feasibility Study
  • Clinical Impact of Lower-Limb Imaging in 68Ga-PSMA PET/CT for Patients with Prostate Cancer
  • Findings for Differentiated Thyroid Carcinoma by γ-Camera–Based and Uptake-Probe–Based Methods in Comparison with Diagnostic Radioiodine Scanning
  • Fast PET Preview Image Reconstruction, Streaming, and Visualization During Data Acquisition: A Preliminary Study
  • Automated Quantitative Analysis of American College of Radiology PET Phantom Images
  • Collection of Real-Time Data with a Modular Detector System to Assess Injection Quality
  • Intra- and Interobserver Agreement of SUV SPECT Quantitative SPECT/CT Processing Software, Applied in Clinical Settings for Patients with Solid Renal Tumors

Brief Communications:

  • Intelligent Imaging: Artificial Intelligence Augmented Nuclear Medicine
  • The Need for Increased Awareness About Potential Quality Control Problems in Aging γ-Cameras