Molecular imaging techniques promise to increase the diagnostic sensitivity of conventional imaging modalities by enabling the visualization of metabolic functions in the body, as opposed to conventional techniques that focus on anatomy. Molecular imaging is useful in a variety of clinical applications, from oncology to heart disease.
The new Molecular Imaging Digital Community will enable AuntMinnieEurope members to follow the key advances and trends in the molecular arena, and it aims to deliver reliable, objective information from across the continent, according to Editor in Chief Philip Ward. Articles will focus on the various different modalities that can be used for noninvasive molecular examinations, including MRI, SPECT, PET, and optical imaging.
"Molecular imaging is evolving rapidly, and looks set to have a major impact on radiology's well-defined practice areas," said Ward. "We're looking forward to expanding and developing our coverage of this exciting field during a period of significant change in healthcare."
The AuntMinnieEurope.com Molecular Imaging Digital Community can be reached at http://molecular.auntminnieeurope.com.
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