On-demand Webinar: The Role of SPECT/CT in Orthopedics
Jackson W. Kiser, MD, Carilion Clinic, Roanoke, VA, discusses using molecular imaging for the evaluation of orthopedic disease.

Orthopedic surgeons, podiatrists, and pain management physicians often default to MRI and CT when evaluating musculoskeletal disease, but molecular imaging, especially SPECT/CT, can help improve diagnostic accuracy and management of these patients.

After watching this on-demand webinar, you’ll be able to:

  • Understand how molecular imaging can be the "go to" modality for managing orthopedic disease or when it can complement MRI or CT;
  • Define strategies for imaging possible orthopedic infections; and
  • Understand the radiation dose versus clinical benefit of SPECT/CT.

 

Fill out the form below to listen to Jackson W. Kiser, MD, Medical Director, Molecular Imaging, Department of Radiology, Carilion Clinic, Roanoke, VA, discuss how SPECT/CT can help quickly pinpoint the source of pain and confirm the presence of infection or disease.

 

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On-demand Webinar: Molecular Imaging in Orthopedics with Emphasis on SPECT/CT  

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