What’s New in PET/MR June 2024

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What’s New in PET/MR FDG uptake of the normal spinal cord in PET/MR imaging: comparison with PET/CT imaging. PET/MR Updates, Research & Education June 2024 PurposeThe lack of visualization of the spinal cord hinders the evaluation of [18F]Fluoro-deoxy-glucose (FDG) uptake of the spinal cord in PET/CT. By exploiting the capability of MRI to precisely outline…

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Happy Holidays 2023

Holiday 2023

Happy Holidays Happy Holidays! 2023 It’s been quite a year for us all! We hope that 2023 has been just as memorable for you, your colleagues and your loved ones. We look forward to working with you in the years to come. As we move forward, we strive to stay true to our brand voice…

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RSNA 2023

RSNA 2023

RSNA 2023 RSNA 2023 Our experts are waiting for your call. SMS will be attending RSNA 2023!Visit us at the United Imaging Booth November 26-29, 2023. Members of our leadership team will be available for personalized meetings and to provide information throughout the conference.Booth #5111https://www.rsna.org/annual-meeting Connect with Us Get additional information and stay up-to-date with…

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What’s New in PET/CT October 2023

Digital PET-CT Patient Experience

What’s New in PET/CT The importance of NEMA sensitivity in PET/CT PET/CT Updates, Research & Education October 2023 The molecular imaging industry uses the universally accepted guidelines on PET sensitivity from the National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) as a uniform and consistent method for measuring and reporting the performance parameters of PET scanners. PET scanners…

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HCP Fall 2023 Radiology & Imaging Conference

HCP Fall 2023 2023 Fall Radiology & Imaging Conference Our experts are waiting for your call. SMS will be attending HCP Fall 2023!Visit us at the Supplier Showcase October 16-18, 2023. Members of our leadership team will be available to provide information throughout the conference and for personalized meetings during the Reverse Expo.Booth #1310https://www.hlthcp.com/conferences/2023-fall-radiology-imaging Connect…

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What’s New in PET/MR September 2023

What's New Today

What’s New in PET/MR A Review of Wide Bore Systems as MRI Turns 50 PET/MR Updates, Research & Education September 2023 The world of medical imaging is marking a significant milestone in 2023: the 50th anniversary of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). MRI is an efficient diagnostic procedure which uses magnetic radio waves to take internal…

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What’s New in PET/CT August 2023

Family

What’s New in PET/CT Multiple myeloma: characterization of patients through the analysis of semiquantitative parameters with 18F-FDG PET. PET/CT Updates, Research & Education August 2023 BackgroundMultiple myeloma (MM) is the second most common hematological malignancy after non-Hodgkin lymphoma. Recently, the use of 18F-FDG PET/CT has become more and more diffused thanks to its ability to…

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TJC Spotlight

MAMMO A GO-GO

TJC Spotlight SMS is proud to share this article from TJC that highlights the mobile mammography services we are providing in Minnesota. August 2023 Breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in women and is the second leading cause of cancer-related death among women in the United States. Mammograms can detect breast cancer in…

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What’s New in PET/MR July 2023

Brain

What’s New in PET/MR Pioneering MRI Imaging Method Captures Brain Glucose Metabolism Without the Need for Administration of Radioactive Substances. PET/MR Updates, Research & Education July 2023 BackgroundUsing a harmless glucose solution, the procedure generates reliable results. Metabolic disorders are involved in many common health conditions such as Alzheimer’s, depression, diabetes, and cancer. Non-invasive diagnostic…

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What’s New in PET/CT June 2023

Tech

What’s New in PET/CT Assessment of external radiation dose rate after 18FDG-PET/CT examination. PET/CT Updates, Research & Education June 2023 BackgroundF-18 FDG (fluorodeoxyglucose) PET/CT procedures are one of the most growing studies used for patient management in oncology, cardiology, neurology, and other indications, in which the challenges meet both patients and clinicians, especially when we…

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