Coronary plaque imaging the future of PET/CT
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David Newby lectures on state-of-the-art cardiovascular CT and coronary plaque imaging. He talks about trials and research he has conducted, and focuses on the use of PET in combination with CT. Newby discusses Sodium F-Fluoride in coronary plaque imaging and what he believes is the future of PET/CT.
This lecture was part of an event called ‘State of the art cardiovascular’ at The Royal Society of Medicine in London
Date of lecture: 17th December 2014
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