In this session, a leading nuclear medicine expert explains how successful patient treatment and outcomes are directly related to the interpretation of images, which are only as good as the quality of the images obtained. This session demonstrates better imaging techniques to increase the quality of their thyroid imaging for better patient outcomes.
- To list multiple techniques to help improve the quality of the radioiodine images for patients with differentiated thyroid cancer
- To describe how those techniques improve the quality of radioiodine imaging
- To discuss the evidence based literature demonstrating the value of pre-therapy radioiodine staging scans
The Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging (SNMMI)’s Verification of Involvement in Continuing Education (VOICE) has approved this enduring activity for 0.75 CEHs (Continuing Education Hours), for ARRT Category A credit.
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