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January 2022

Artificial Intelligence and PET Imaging, Part II
Babak Saboury, Arman Rahmim, Eliot Siegel Editors

We are on the cusp of a major transformation in medicine. While the latter half of the twentieth century could be considered the age of computation and connectivity, the twenty-first century ushered in the era of big data accompanied by the rapidly evolving use of Artificial Intelligence (AI), dominantly in the form of deep learning, to “tame” the complexity associated with the ever-quickening velocity of information, including in molecular imaging and radiopharmaceutical therapy. Advanced AI algorithms have the potential to powerfully capture complex biological data and to be used to make improved predictions.

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As the clinical applications of positron emission tomography (PET) increase, PET Clinics brings together the combined expertise of leading authorities in the field to provide you incisive clinical reviews on advances in the use of PET. Published quarterly (January, April, July, and October), PET Clinics examines this technology's effectiveness in cancer diagnosis and staging, as well as exploring PET's usefulness in the areas of dementia, myocardial viability, and other conditions. Full-color images featured throughout. Topics include breast cancer, Alzheimer's disease and dementia, lymphoma, lung cancer, cardiology, pediatric applications, infection and inflammation, as well as oncologic imaging, neurologic imaging, cardiac imaging, pediatric imaging, PET/CT imaging, and PET/MRI imaging. In addition, you can also purchase a CME subscription that offers up to 60 AMA Category 1 credits per year.
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