This year’s module will focus on the issues of radioisotope therapy, nuclear medicine instrumentation, advanced MRI sequences, tomography reconstruction algorithms, digital detectors, mammography, hemodynamics, and, finally, quality control testing.
“The first-day activity will contemplate the important aspects for the treatments with radioisotopes. This section will be joint with biomedical to expand the multi-professional integration. Following this biophysics section, hybrid imaging technologies will be presented,” says Renato Dimenstein, coordinator of the module with Alessandro André Mazzola, Ilo de Souza Baptista, Marcus Vinicius Bortolotto and Solange Amorim Nogueira.
For the second day of the event, the techniques of diffusion in MRI, mechanisms of saturation, characteristics of equipment and safety will be treated.
“Programming will continue on Sunday, when we will have a section on quality control topics for the various areas of diagnostic imaging, as well as issues not yet established by ANVISA, such as MRI, US, and monitors,” he adds.
The activities of Physics in Radiology will be held from May 4 to 6, in rooms D and R, due to the junction with the biomedical module. Check out the schedule.