PET Imaging of Thoracic Disease, An Issue of PET ClinicsBy
- Drew Torigian, MD, MA, Drew A. Torigian, MD, MA, Department of Radiology, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
- Abass Alavi, MD
PET imaging has been used for the assessment of lung cancer for several years for diagnosis, staging, and post-treatment follow up. Expanded applications are now being used and explored in the imaging of the heart, thoracic vascular disease, and chest wall disorders. This issue provides an up-to-date review of the uses of PET for oncologic and nononcologic diseases of the thorax.
The Clinics: Radiology
Hardbound, 168 Pages
Published: July 2011