Higher radiation can improve outcome in lung cancer
February 3, 2021 -- Dutch and U.S. groups reported new research findings from two studies about the use of higher radiation boost doses for lung cancer at the International Association for the Study of Lung Cancer world conference. The virtual event wrapped up on 31 January. Read More
SPECT exams fell sharply in first wave of pandemic
January 18, 2021 -- An 80% drop in the volume of SPECT myocardial perfusion imaging studies occurred in spring 2020 as nonessential procedures were postponed, according to a report published by the European Journal of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging. Read More
What impact will Brexit deal have on radiology?
January 5, 2021 -- The protracted political, economic, and regulatory game of chess played by London and Brussels finally came to an end when the U.K. and European Union's Trade and Cooperation Agreement was signed on 24 December. Market columnist Steve Holloway assesses the implications of the Brexit deal. Read More
PET/CT can boost outcome in hyperparathyroidism cases
December 15, 2020 -- Using a combination of several modalities, including PET/CT, to achieve an accurate diagnosis is vital to reduce the likelihood of surgical failure and the risk of complications in cases of persistent or recurrent primary hyperparathyroidism, researchers from a leading London facility have reported. Read More
Nuclear medicine copes with upheaval in pandemic
December 15, 2020 -- At one point this year, it looked like Europe's entire nuclear medicine sector would have to be put on hold, said Antonis Kalemis, PhD, president of Nuclear Medicine Europe. When COVID-19 began spreading rapidly, industry felt huge anxiety as the lockdown measures escalated, but it has pulled together and survived. Read More