Throughout rotation please review the following case books:
Solnes L and Ziessman HA. Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging: Case Review Series, Elsevier, 3rd Ed, 2019
Notes: Hard copy is available through the Radiology Library. Hardin does not carry a digital copy. Please review these cases: finish cases not previously reviewed.
Shah, Chirayu, and Marques Bradshaw. Nuclear Medicine: a Core Review, Wolters Kluwer, 2015
Notes: Please review questions relevant to PET.
Mihailovic J. FDG PET/CT in Clinical Oncology, Case Based Approach with Teaching Points. Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, 2012
Notes: Please review sections dealing with Breast Cancer, Gynecologic, Pancreas, Urologic Tumors, Thyroid, Neuroendocrine Tumors, and Miscellaneous in the sections on Extent of Disease, Follow-up, and Response to Treatment
Fanti, Stefano, et al. PET-CT Beyond FDG: A Quick Guide to Image Interpretation, Springer Berlin / Heidelberg, 2009
Notes: Please refresh yourself on chapter 5 (Somatostatin Receptor PET-CT)
Salib MY, et al. 2018 FIGO Staging Classification for Cervical Cancer: Added Benefits of Imaging. Radiographics. 2020 Oct;40(6):1807-1822.
Notes: please give special attention to images and sections dealing with PET
Faraji F, Gaba RC. Radiologic Modalities and Response Assessment Schemes for Clinical and Preclinical Oncology Imaging. Front Oncol. 2019 Jun 4;9:471.
Notes: Article provided for exposure to various approaches for gauging treatment response. You do not need to read this in detail.
NCCN - Notes: Set up a free account to the NCCN comprehensive cancer care guidelines. These guides will help you understand the role radiology and nuclear medicine play in the staging, re-staging, and management of cancer patients.