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18F-Fluciclovine: A New Option for Biochemical Recurrence in Prostate Cancer - Trond V. Bogsrud

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(Length of lecture ~ 15 minutes) Trond V. Bogsrud, MD presented "18F-Fluciclovine: A New Option for Biochemical Recurrence in Prostate Cancer” at the SNMMI 2016, detailing the uptake of fluciclovine (18F) as a PET imaging radiotracer in comparison to other PET tracers in patients with biochemically recurrent prostate cancer. Additional content on 18F - Fluciclovine Stepping Into the Light: "Radiol...

Using Fluciclovine in the Recurrent Prostate Cancer Patient- David Schuster

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Presentation from the Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging (SNMMI) Annual Meeting. (Length of lecture 57 minutes) In this lecture, David Schuster describes the mechanisms of uptake of the PET radiotracer fluciclovine and identifies normal biodistribution of fluciclovine. In addition, Dr. Schuster discusses the FDA approval and clinical indication of fluciclovine and the clinical inter...

Biochemically Recurrent Prostate Cancer: Superior Agents to Conventional Imaging - Andrei Iagaru

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Dr. Andrei Iagaru states that the significantly changing landscape of prostate cancer diagnoses is due to new and improved imaging agents and access to resources that were once available only outside of the United State. In this particular study, 68 GA-RM2, formerly known as 68 Ga-Bombesin or BAY86-7548 PET/MRI was compared to conventional imaging for patients with biochemically recurring prostate...

Struggling with Increased Sensitivity: PSMA PET/CT - Michael Hofman

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Presentation from the Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging (SNMMI) Annual Meeting. (Length of video ~ 23 minutes) Michael Hofman discusses PSMA as the new “gold standard” and how it is significantly superior to existing imaging modalities through case studies from the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre and a review of abstracts. Related content: Systemic Radioligand Therapy with (177)Lu La...

Prostate Cancer and Molecular Tracers: 11C/18F-Choline for Biochemical Recurrence - Laura Evangelista

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(Length of lecture ~ 17 minutes) Laura Evangelista, MD PhD presented " Prostate Cancer and Molecular Tracers: 11C/18F-Choline for Biochemical Recurrence” at the SNMMI 2016, Dr. Evangelista details the best radiopharmaceutical agent: 11C/18F-Choline and the clinical role and ability to affect patient management and survival of prostate cancer. Additional content on Prostate Cancer and Molecular Tra...

Imaging in High Risk Prostate Cancer: Clinicians Perspective - Mark Frydenberg

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More from the 2017 APCCC (Advanced Prostate Cancer Consensus Conference): Read the 2017 APCCC Report on Management of Patients with Advanced Prostate Cancer Access to all Advanced Prostate Cancer Consensus Conference Video Coverage

Oligometastatic and Oligo-progressive Prostate Cancer: Answer of the Radiologist - Anwar Padhani

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More from the speaker: Imaging of Metastatic Prostate Cancer- Anwar Padhar More from 2017 Advanced Prostate Cancer Consensus Conference (APCCC): Read the 2017 APCCC Report on Management of Patients with Advanced Prostate Cancer Access to all Advanced Prostate Cancer Consensus Conference Video Coverage

Oligometastatic and Oligo-progressive Prostate Cancer: Answer of the Nuclear Specialist - Stefano Fanti

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Read the 2017 APCCC Report on Management of Patients with Advanced Prostate Cancer Access to all Advanced Prostate Cancer Consensus Conference Video Coverage Radiopharmaceuticals in Prostate Cancer - Stefano Fanti

Therapeutic Layering in Optimizing Treatment for Patients With CPRC (RADAR II)- Phillip Koo

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E. David Crawford interviews Phillip Koo on the RADAR II paper and the key take-aways from the perspective of a nuclear medicine physician treating mCRPC. Biographies: Phillip Koo, MD E. David Crawford, MD

Multiparametric Prostate MRI: Current Status - Fergus Coakley

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The current status of Multiparametric Prostate MRI imaging Biographies: Phillip J. Koo Fergus V. Coakley, MD is the Chair of the Department of Diagnostic Radiology in the Oregon Health & Science University School of Medicine. He is a Professor in Residence in the Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging in the University of California San Francisco (UCSF) School of Medicine. Dr. Coakley is a...
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