Journal of Diagnostic Imaging in Therapy

The Journal of Diagnostic Imaging in Therapy is a publication that focuses on the use of medical imaging techniques for the diagnosis and treatment of various medical conditions. These techniques include x-rays, CT scans, MRI scans, ultrasound, and nuclear medicine scans. The purpose of this journal is to provide healthcare professionals with a platform to share their research and experiences using diagnostic imaging in their clinical practice. It includes a broad range of topics, including the latest advances in imaging technology, case studies demonstrating the application of imaging techniques in diagnosis and treatment, and discussions on the ethical and practical considerations of using these techniques. One of the primary benefits of a journal of diagnostic imaging in therapy is its ability to disseminate knowledge and best practices to a wider audience of healthcare professionals. By publishing research and case studies, the journal can help to educate doctors, radiologists, and other healthcare professionals on the latest advances in imaging technology and how to use it effectively to diagnose and treat patients. Another benefit of this type of journal is its ability to promote collaboration and networking among healthcare professionals. By sharing their experiences and research findings, authors can connect with others in their field who may be working on similar projects or facing similar challenges. This can lead to new research collaborations and partnerships, ultimately benefiting patients and advancing the field of diagnostic imaging in therapy. Additionally, a journal of diagnostic imaging in therapy can serve as a platform for debate and discussion on the ethical considerations of using imaging techniques in diagnosis and treatment. This can include discussions on the risks and benefits of certain imaging techniques, as well as the potential impact of these techniques on patients and society as a whole. The Journal of Diagnostic Imaging in Therapy plays a essential role in advancing the field of medical imaging and improving patient care. By providing a platform for healthcare professionals to share their research and experiences, this type of journal can help to promote collaboration, disseminate knowledge, and advance the field of diagnostic imaging in therapy.

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castrate resistant prostate cancer
Journal of Diagnostic Imaging in Therapy

Can serial FCH-PET/CT scans predict the response to treatments in castrate resistant prostate cancer?

Evaluation of metastatic castrate-resistant prostate cancer using fluorine-18 choline PET-CT imaging.

Can serial FCH-PET/CT scans predict the response to treatments in castrate resistant prostate cancer? Read Post »

Dosimetric radiotherapy plan
Journal of Diagnostic Imaging in Therapy

Target volume definition and dosimetric issues in radiotherapy treatment of head and neck disease with FDG-PET/CT: a monocentric experience

The role of FDG-PET/CT in radiotherapy treatment of head and neck diseases.

Target volume definition and dosimetric issues in radiotherapy treatment of head and neck disease with FDG-PET/CT: a monocentric experience Read Post »

Thyroid Cancer Patients Treated with Radioactive Iodine Ablation
Journal of Diagnostic Imaging in Therapy

Incidence of second cancers in thyroid cancer patients treated with radioactive iodine ablation: how high is really the risk?

Differentiated thyroid cancer is a common endocrine tumor with increasing incidence and excellent prognosis.

Incidence of second cancers in thyroid cancer patients treated with radioactive iodine ablation: how high is really the risk? Read Post »

Reirradiation of spinal metastases with optimized beam weights for a treatment plan
Journal of Diagnostic Imaging in Therapy

Reirradiation of spinal metastases using an add-on double-focus micro multileaf collimator and a three partial-arc conformal avoidance technique with optimized beam weights: a planning study

The reirradiation of spinal metastases is frequently performed by cyberknife or tomotherapy.

Reirradiation of spinal metastases using an add-on double-focus micro multileaf collimator and a three partial-arc conformal avoidance technique with optimized beam weights: a planning study Read Post »

human facilitative glucose transporter protein GLUT1
Journal of Diagnostic Imaging in Therapy

Roles of facilitative glucose transporter GLUT1 in [18F]FDG positron emission tomography (PET) imaging of human diseases

The facilitative glucose transport protein GLUT1 has important roles in PET imaging of human diseases.

Roles of facilitative glucose transporter GLUT1 in [18F]FDG positron emission tomography (PET) imaging of human diseases Read Post »

Inaugural Editorial Review of Diagnostic Imaging
Journal of Diagnostic Imaging in Therapy

Inaugural editorial review: nuclear medicine, diagnostic imaging and therapy

Topics on PET imaging, automated radiosynthesis, breast cancer, prostate cancer therapy and ultrasound.

Inaugural editorial review: nuclear medicine, diagnostic imaging and therapy Read Post »

Abiraterone and Volumetric Modulated Arc Therapy
Journal of Diagnostic Imaging in Therapy

Abiraterone and volumetric modulated arc therapy for second recurrence of node-positive prostate cancer – a case report

A case report to analyse the role of abiraterone and volumetric-modulated arc therapy towards prostate cancer.

Abiraterone and volumetric modulated arc therapy for second recurrence of node-positive prostate cancer – a case report Read Post »

An in vivo Positron Emission Tomography Study of Adenosine 2A Receptor Occupancy
Journal of Diagnostic Imaging in Therapy

An in vivo positron emission tomography study of adenosine 2A receptor occupancy by preladenant using 11C-SCH442416 in healthy subjects

Radiotracer SCH442416 is used in a PET study and was found to selective for the A2A receptor.

An in vivo positron emission tomography study of adenosine 2A receptor occupancy by preladenant using 11C-SCH442416 in healthy subjects Read Post »

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