Marc Seltzer, MD
Director, PET/CT Program,
Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center
PET/CT has become the standard-of-care imaging modality in cancer management and has garnered an evolving role in diagnosing neurodegenerative and oncologic disease. This three-day preceptorship is designed to provide practicing radiologists and nuclear medicine physicians with an intensive, hands-on experience in reading PET/CT.
Attendees will interpret more than 150 oncologic PET/CT scans. Each multiple-scan interpretation session concludes with a detailed review of the key findings. Through these sessions, the attendee will develop a higher level of expertise and confidence in interpreting PET/CT.
If you have already completed some formal course work in PET and/or PET/CT but only have limited experience reading scans in daily clinical practice, this course is for you.
At the conclusion of this course, participants will be able to:
Identify and discuss the clinical applications of PET/CT.
Describe a systematic approach to interpreting PET/CT.
Recognize normal variants, incidental findings and pitfalls on PET/CT.
Interpret PET/CT for a wide range of oncologic indications including assisting in diagnosis, staging, restaging and monitoring response to therapy in a variety of cancer types.
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