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Wednesday, May 09, 2018

Episode 77 SPECT-CT in the painful knee replacement Dr Arum Parthipun Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust, UK VIDEO


Episode 77 SPECT-CT in the painful knee replacement Dr Arum Parthipun
Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust, UK
In this podcast we are looking at one of the most common and valuable uses of SPECT/CT;
the painful knee replacement, Dr Arum Parthipun is a higly experienced Radiologist from the Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust, UK. We spoke at the world federation of nuclear medicine and biology meeting in Melbourne.





https://www.wfnmb.org/
https://wfnmb2018.com



Tags
Rob Williams, WFNMB, NIF, Nuclear Medicine, Podcast, Nucast.com, SPECT, CT, SPECTCT, Knee, Prosthesis.
The first part will come as medium quality video for iphones or ipads or Audio

Please let me know what you think about the video versions of the podcast.

I am also looking for new material so please get in touch with me if you can contribute
with an interview.
Direct link to itunes
http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-nuclear-medicine-molecular/id94286547?ign-mpt=uo%3D4

You can get the podcast page at both http://nuccast.com and http://www.nuccast.com with the feed to put into iTunes or juice or your favorite podcast software can be found at http://molcast.com/.

The cardiac subset of the podcast can be found at http://cardiac.nuccast.com/
Please pass on information about this podcast to your colleagues and to your CPD provider.

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Episode 77 SPECT-CT in the painful knee replacement Dr Arum Parthipun Audio


Episode 77 SPECT-CT in the painful knee replacement Dr Arum Parthipun
Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust, UK
In this podcast we are looking at one of the most common and valuable uses of SPECT/CT;
the painful knee replacement, Dr Arum Parthipun is a highly experienced Radiologist from the Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust, UK. We spoke at the world federation of nuclear medicine and biology meeting in Melbourne.





https://www.wfnmb.org/
https://wfnmb2018.com



Tags
Rob Williams, WFNMB, NIF, Nuclear Medicine, Podcast, Nucast.com, SPECT, CT, SPECTCT, Knee, Prosthesis.
The first part will come as medium quality video for iphones or ipads or Audio

Please let me know what you think about the video versions of the podcast.

I am also looking for new material so please get in touch with me if you can contribute
with an interview.
Direct link to itunes
http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-nuclear-medicine-molecular/id94286547?ign-mpt=uo%3D4

You can get the podcast page at both http://nuccast.com and http://www.nuccast.com with the feed to put into iTunes or juice or your favorite podcast software can be found at http://molcast.com/.

The cardiac subset of the podcast can be found at http://cardiac.nuccast.com/
Please pass on information about this podcast to your colleagues and to your CPD provider.

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Thursday, May 03, 2018

Episode 76 Chartwell medical and the The Asia Oceania School of Nuclear Medicine and the WFNMB. VIDEO


Episode 76 Chartwell medical  and the The Asia Oceania School of Nuclear Medicine and the WFNMB.
I had never heard of Chartwell medical until now. So why would they be a major sponsor of the the largest combined Nuclear Medicine meeting in the world? We will learn about how Asian Nuclear medicine is rapidly changing.  This media is an interview with Prof Gang Huang President, The Asia Oceania School of Nuclear Medicine and Prof Mototora Kai CEO, Chartwell Medical" & "Secretary General, The Asia Oceania School of Nuclear Medicine at the WFNMB.




https://www.wfnmb.org/
https://wfnmb2018.com
http://aofnmb.org


Tags
Nuccast.com;podcast;Rob Williams;;WFNMB;NIF;
The first part will come as medium quality video for iphones or ipads or Audio

Please let me know what you think about the video versions of the podcast.

I am also looking for new material so please get in touch with me if you can contribute
with an interview.
Direct link to itunes
http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-nuclear-medicine-molecular/id94286547?ign-mpt=uo%3D4

You can get the podcast page at both http://nuccast.com and http://www.nuccast.com with the feed to put into iTunes or juice or your favorite podcast software can be found at http://molcast.com/.

The cardiac subset of the podcast can be found at http://cardiac.nuccast.com/
Please pass on information about this podcast to your colleagues and to your CPD provider.

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Episode 76 Chartwell medical and the The Asia Oceania School of Nuclear Medicine and the WFNMB. AUDIO

Episode 76 Chartwell medical  and the The Asia Oceania School of Nuclear Medicine and the WFNMB.
I had never heard of Chartwell medical until now. So why would they be a major sponsor of the the largest combined Nuclear Medicine meeting in the world? We will learn about how Asian Nuclear medicine is rapidly changing.  This media is an interview with Prof Gang Huang President, The Asia Oceania School of Nuclear Medicine and Prof Mototora Kai CEO, Chartwell Medical" ; "Secretary General, The Asia Oceania School of Nuclear Medicine at the WFNMB."





https://www.wfnmb.org/
https://wfnmb2018.com
http://aofnmb.org


Tags
Nuccast.com;podcast;Rob Williams;;WFNMB;NIF;
The first part will come as medium quality video for iphones or ipads or Audio

Please let me know what you think about the video versions of the podcast.

I am also looking for new material so please get in touch with me if you can contribute
with an interview.
Direct link to itunes
http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-nuclear-medicine-molecular/id94286547?ign-mpt=uo%3D4

You can get the podcast page at both http://nuccast.com and http://www.nuccast.com with the feed to put into iTunes or juice or your favorite podcast software can be found at http://molcast.com/.

The cardiac subset of the podcast can be found at http://cardiac.nuccast.com/
Please pass on information about this podcast to your colleagues and to your CPD provider.

link to Audio file


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Monday, March 26, 2018

Episode 75 Monte Carlo based SPECT reconstruction, with Dr Emma E. Wikberg from Gothenburg video

Episode 75 of the nuclear medicine and molecular medicine podcast recorded at the EANM in Vienna. This media is about a comparison of a statistical analysis method and a visual assessment of Monte Carlo based SPECT reconstruction, with Dr Emma E. Wikberg from Gothenburg
http://www.phonsa.se





RE:Comparison of a statistical analysis method and a visual assessment of Monte Carlo based SPECT reconstruction concerning liver metastases in 111In-octreotide diagnosis
E. Wikberg 1, M. van Essen2, T. Rydén1, J. Svensson3, P. Gjertsson2, P. Bernhardt1; 1Department of Radiation Physics, Gothenburg, SWEDEN, 2Department of Nuclear Medicine, Gothenburg, SWEDEN, 3Department of Oncology, Gothenburg, SWEDEN.



Tags
Nuccast.com;podcast;Rob Williams;SPECT;reconstrction;theranostics;WFNMB;NIF
The first part will come as medium quality video for iphones or ipads or Audio

Please let me know what you think about the video versions of the podcast.

I am also looking for new material so please get in touch with me if you can contribute
with an interview.
Direct link to itunes
http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-nuclear-medicine-molecular/id94286547?ign-mpt=uo%3D4

You can get the podcast page at both http://nuccast.com and http://www.nuccast.com with the feed to put into iTunes or juice or your favorite podcast software can be found at http://molcast.com/.

The cardiac subset of the podcast can be found at http://cardiac.nuccast.com/
Please pass on information about this podcast to your colleagues and to your CPD provider.

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Episode 75 Monte Carlo based SPECT reconstruction, with Dr Emma E. Wikberg from Gothenburg audio

Episode 75 of the nuclear medicine and molecular medicine podcast recorded at the EANM in Vienna. This media is about a comparison of a statistical analysis method and a visual assessment of Monte Carlo based SPECT reconstruction, with Dr Emma E. Wikberg from Gothenburg



RE:Comparison of a statistical analysis method and a visual assessment of Monte Carlo based SPECT reconstruction concerning liver metastases in 111In-octreotide diagnosis
E. Wikberg 1, M. van Essen2, T. Rydén1, J. Svensson3, P. Gjertsson2, P. Bernhardt1; 1Department of Radiation Physics, Gothenburg, SWEDEN, 2Department of Nuclear Medicine, Gothenburg, SWEDEN, 3Department of Oncology, Gothenburg, SWEDEN.



Tags
Nuccast.com;podcast;Rob Williams;SPECT;reconstrction;theranostics;WFNMB;NIF
The first part will come as medium quality video for iphones or ipads or Audio

Please let me know what you think about the video versions of the podcast.

I am also looking for new material so please get in touch with me if you can contribute
with an interview.
Direct link to itunes
http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-nuclear-medicine-molecular/id94286547?ign-mpt=uo%3D4

You can get the podcast page at both http://nuccast.com and http://www.nuccast.com with the feed to put into iTunes or juice or your favorite podcast software can be found at http://molcast.com/.

The cardiac subset of the podcast can be found at http://cardiac.nuccast.com/
Please pass on information about this podcast to your colleagues and to your CPD provider.

link to Video file


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Wednesday, December 20, 2017

Episode 74 N Burgos and Attenuation correction for PETMR Video



Episode 74 N Burgos and Attenuation correction for PETMR

YouTube video



In this Episode, We look at the difficult and challenging world of using MR to do attenuation correction for PET.

The first part will come as medium quality video for iphones or ipads or Audio

Please let me know what you think about the video versions of the podcast.

I am also looking for new material so please get in touch with me if you can contribute
with an interview.
Direct link to itunes
http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-nuclear-medicine-molecular/id94286547?ign-mpt=uo%3D4

You can get the podcast page at both http://nuccast.com and http://www.nuccast.com with the feed to put into iTunes or juice or your favorite podcast software can be found at http://molcast.com/.

The cardiac subset of the podcast can be found at http://cardiac.nuccast.com/
Please pass on information about this podcast to your colleagues and to your CPD provider.

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Episode 74 N Burgos and Attenuation correction for PETMR Audio



Episode 74 N Burgos and Attenuation correction for PETMR Audio

YouTube video



In this Episode, We look at the difficult and challenging world of using MR to do attenuation correction for PET.

The first part will come as medium quality video for iphones or ipads or Audio

Please let me know what you think about the video versions of the podcast.

I am also looking for new material so please get in touch with me if you can contribute
with an interview.
Direct link to itunes
http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-nuclear-medicine-molecular/id94286547?ign-mpt=uo%3D4

You can get the podcast page at both http://nuccast.com and http://www.nuccast.com with the feed to put into iTunes or juice or your favorite podcast software can be found at http://molcast.com/.

The cardiac subset of the podcast can be found at http://cardiac.nuccast.com/
Please pass on information about this podcast to your colleagues and to your CPD provider.

link to Audio file


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