Meetings

Vet Meet Summer Camp - New Orleans, LA US
April 20-24, 2020

Contact: Dr. Anna Adrian Email: [email protected] Phone: 00491601822837

  • Vet Meet is happy to announce our next Summer Camp - a high-level Diagnostic Imaging conference featuring 5 days of keynote lectures.
  • The conference will take place from the 20-24th of April 2020 in New Orleans, LA, USA in a modern boutique 4* Hotel „Le Meridien“ close to the French Quarter and the River Front.
  • See: Information and Registration.
This course is intended as a general review of nuclear medicine. It will include: reviews of the basic principles of nuclear medicine and image processing, common nuclear medicine imaging procedures, interpretative principles and case examples. The course will focus on small animal nuclear medicine, with a brief review of equine nuclear medicine (specifically, bone scintigraphy). The course is targeted towards radiology residents, with a focus on ACVR board objectives - See more at: http://www.cpe.vt.edu/numed/index.html#sthash.0d7R1a5C.dpuf
This course is intended as a general review of nuclear medicine. It will include: reviews of the basic principles of nuclear medicine and image processing, common nuclear medicine imaging procedures, interpretative principles and case examples. The course will focus on small animal nuclear medicine, with a brief review of equine nuclear medicine (specifically, bone scintigraphy). The course is targeted towards radiology residents, with a focus on ACVR board objectives - See more at: http://www.cpe.vt.edu/numed/index.html#sthash.0d7R1a5C.dpuf

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