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SNM's Conjoint Mid-Winter Meetings continue to advance molecular imaging
Date:2/9/2010

nitive disorders. "Integrated Imaging for Clinical Diagnosis and Treatment of Heart Failure in 2010" updated cardiologists, nuclear medicine physicians and scientists about current understanding and recent developments in the multimodality imaging assessment of heart failure. Back by popular demand, the two-day CT case review session challenged and instructed physicians with 100 cases and 16 hours of continuing education credits.

In the session, "The Sharp Edges of Nuclear Medicine: See What's New," technologists were introduced to the newest techniques in fusion imaging, with a focus on patients with epilepsy. In addition, technologists attended a new session, cosponsored by SNMTS and the American Society of Radiologic Technologists, titled "Nuclear Medicine Unfolded: What You Need to Know." The session focused on legislative and regulatory issues that nuclear medicine technologists face, including USP <797>, the recently reintroduced CARE bill and the Medicare Improvement Providers and Patients Act of 2008 (MIPPA).

"We think this year's educational symposium provided attendees with the most comprehensive information in nuclear medicine and molecular imaging," said Peter Herscovitch, M.D., chair of SNM's Scientific Program Committee. "We were pleased to offer yet another excellent opportunity for leaders in the field to come together in one place to share their ideas."

The Nanomedicine and Molecular Imaging Summit followed on the heels of the symposium, Jan. 31Feb. 1. This SNM summit, which featured sessions led by more than 20 experts from a variety of fields, took an exciting look at what the future holds for nanomedicine, as well as molecular imaging's role in its development and application.

The SNM Clinical Trials Network Community Workshop capped off the mid-winter meeting on Feb.1st, giving participants important information about molecular imaging in clinical trials. Topics discussed included clinical research
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