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SNMMI: Nuclear medicine experiencing an ‘industrial revolution’

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TORONTO - We caught up with Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging (SNMMI) President Helen Nadel, MD, to discuss developments over the last year and how recent advances have represented the equivalent of an “industrial revolution” in nuclear medicine.

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ACR seeks feedback on draft nuclear medicine manual

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The American College of Radiology (ACR) is asking for feedback on its draft nuclear medicine quality control manual. The manual is designed to help facilities establish and maintain an effective nuclear medicine quality control program and meet the requirements of ACR’s Nuclear Medicine Accreditation Program (NMAP).

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IMV: Nuclear medicine procedure volumes decrease

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Total nuclear medicine patient study volumes decreased by 5.7% Specifically considering cardiovascular nuclear medicine procedures, total procedures have decreased by 7.1% million nuclear medicine patient studies performed. Davin Korstjens of IMV Medical Information Division. Of these, 5.8 Nonhospitals 2.5%

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The Transformative Role of AI in Nuclear Medicine

Open Medscience

AI revolutionises nuclear medicine by enhancing diagnostics, personalizing treatment, and optimizing workflows for better patient care and efficiency. The post The Transformative Role of AI in Nuclear Medicine appeared first on Open MedScience.

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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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Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging Announces 2024 Fellows

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milla1cf Tue, 06/11/2024 - 18:49 June 11, 2024 — The Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging recognized six new SNMMI Fellows during a plenary session at the society’s 2024 Annual Meeting, held June 8-11 in Toronto. It is among the most prestigious formal recognitions available to long-time SNMMI members.

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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.