Virtual Conference

Track: Cancer Imaging Techniques  

Cancer Imaging Techniques  


The type of malignancy, the location, and certain clinical problems all influence the choice of imaging modality. Each imaging technology has advantages and disadvantages. To achieve a thorough evaluation of the cancer, various imaging modalities may occasionally be combined.
The resolution, speed, and accuracy of cancer imaging continue to increase thanks to developments in imaging technology. New imaging probes and procedures are also being developed that can target cancer cells or molecular markers precisely, enabling more accurate diagnosis and therapy monitoring.

·        Uses of imaging
·        X-Ray imaging
·        Computed Tomography (CT) scans
·        Molecular and Nuclear Imaging (PET and SPECT)
·        Radiation Risk
·        Cancer Biopsy & Surgical Cancer 
·        Ultrasound
·        Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)
·        Digital mammography