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ChatGPT tested on nuclear medicine cases

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ChatGPT shows potential for diagnosing nuclear medicine cases, yet needs further development before it can be implemented in practice, according to a study presented November 28 at RSNA in Chicago. and ChatGPT-4 to the test on nuclear medicine differential diagnoses cases transcribed from two textbooks.

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History of Nuclear Medicine: A Century of Innovation and Impact

Open Medscience

Nuclear medicine has transformed healthcare over a century, innovating in diagnostics and treatments significantly. The post History of Nuclear Medicine: A Century of Innovation and Impact appeared first on Open Medscience.

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Zirconium Radiopharmaceuticals in Nuclear Medicine

Open Medscience

Zirconium radiopharmaceuticals enhance nuclear medicine with precise diagnostics and potential therapeutic applications. The post Zirconium Radiopharmaceuticals in Nuclear Medicine appeared first on Open Medscience.

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Nuclear medicine treatment cures lethal form of ovarian cancer in preclinical setting

Medical Xpress: Radiology

This research was published in the Journal of Nuclear Medicine. Targeting the HER2 protein, which is commonly expressed in ovarian cancer, the therapy (anti-HER2 225Ac-PRIT) is a potential treatment for the otherwise incurable disease.

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Exploring Copper Radiopharmaceuticals: Innovations and Applications in Nuclear Medicine

Open Medscience

Copper radiopharmaceuticals offer groundbreaking diagnostic and therapeutic applications, revolutionising nuclear medicine, particularly in oncology and cardiology. The post Exploring Copper Radiopharmaceuticals: Innovations and Applications in Nuclear Medicine appeared first on Open Medscience.

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Therapeutic Nuclear Medicine for Advanced Cancer Treatment – Opportunities and Challenges

Open Medscience

Therapeutic nuclear medicine leverages radionuclides for targeted cancer treatment, facing challenges in delivery, safety, and regulatory compliance. The post Therapeutic Nuclear Medicine for Advanced Cancer Treatment – Opportunities and Challenges appeared first on Open Medscience.

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British Columbia to invest $32M Canadian in nuclear medicine

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British Columbia Health Minister Adrian Dix said on January 30 that the funds are intended to increase domestic supplies of radioisotopes for nuclear medicine imaging exams, with the new facility expected to expand British Columbia's capacity from 16,000 PET/CT scans per year to 41,000 per year, CTV News Vancouver reported.