Nuclear Medicine and Molecular
Imaging

Presented by:

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Richard K.J. Brown, M.D., FACR

Roles:

Professor and Vice Chair of Clinical Operations
Department of Radiology and Imaging Sciences

Organization:

University of Utah School of Medicine

About the Session

Learning Objectives:

1. Learn about commonly ordered nuclear medicine studies and their role in patient care.

2. Learn how nuclear medicine differs from other types of imaging studies.

3. Learn the value of “Fusion Imaging” and how it is transforming the field of diagnostic imaging.

4. Discover if the field of nuclear medicine is appeals to you as a specialty.

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Nuclear Medicine and Molecular
Imaging

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Nuclear Medicine and Molecular
Imaging

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