Specialists and researchers from all over the country presented their latest finding in Nuclear Medicine at this congress and Persian Gulf Nuclear Medicine research Center of Bushehr University of Medical Sciences presented 15 articles at the Congress.
The congress awarded the Austrian research award from Dr. Peter Knoll and Dr. Dabiri award to Negar Chabi’s article in the title of “SPECT and MRI image fusion based on transform domain method using a new combination rule”.
The 6th international and 18th national congress of nuclear medicine was held by Iranian society of Nuclear Medicine at Tehran Emam Khomeini hospital complex on 12-14 November 2014.
Persian Gulf Nuclear Medicine Research Center articles that were presented at the congress as follows:
Review of clinical indication of PET/MRI in oncology and neurology
Correlation of 99mTc-DMSA scan with radiological and laboratory examinations in childhood acute pyelonephritis: a time serious study
Radiographic features of pulmonary nodules and management guidelines for nuclear medicine physicians
Review of P4 medicine (personalize predictive, preventive and participatory medicine) in the context of molecular imaging
SPECT and MRI image fusion based on transform domain method using a new combination rule
Assessment of gamma background equivalent radiation time (GBERT) to communicate with patients undergo diagnostic nuclear medicine procedures in Bushehr city
Comparison of thyroid blood flow and uptake indices using technicium-99m pertechnetate in patients with grave disease and ethyroid subjects
Concepts, consequences and implications of noninvasive imaging in stem cell studies
Experimental evaluation of the performance of HiReSPECT scanner
Molecular imaging in drug discovery and development
Review of thyroid nodules and management guidelines for nuclear medicine physicians
The role of 99mTc-Ubiquicidin (UBI) and 99mTc-IgG scintigraphies in diagnosis of acute appendicitis: A preliminary result
Annual effective dose from environmental gamma radiation in Bushehr city
(Molecular imaging with magnetic resonance spectroscopy (MRS