Special Issue "New Advances in Radionuclide Bone Imaging"
A special issue of Tomography (ISSN 2379-139X).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 21 April 2024 | Viewed by 925
2. Medical School, The University of Queensland, Brisbane City 4072, Australia
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With great enthusiasm, we invite researchers across the globe to contribute their findings to this Special Issue of Tomography, aptly titled New Advancements in Radionuclide Bone Imaging. Our team is seeking research that highlights the latest advancements in radionuclide bone imaging technology; this includes, but is not limited to, groundbreaking radiotracers, theranostics, imaging protocols, and the impact of AI in the clinical application of radionuclides in relation to bone scans and processing/interpretation techniques. In addition, reviews on the potential of current radiotracer clinical guidance in navigating therapeutic decisions and outcome predictions are also welcome.
This Special Issue aims to showcase the growing application of radionuclide bone imaging and explores advancements made in the field of nuclear medicine and diagnostic radiology in the hope of offering insight into its current state.
Dr. Deryk G. Jones
Dr. Kristina Hawk
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- hybrid imaging
- quantitative imaging
- computer-aided diagnosis