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Optimal strategies for imaging in endocrinology

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Registration is now open for this meeting which will provide a comprehensive overview of radiological procedures currently available, and an insight into what is under development for the imaging of endocrine glands.

Speakers from a number of respected institutions will look at optimal ways in which to use these techniques in the evaluation of clinical disorders in endocrinology.

Book your place today to avoid disappointment.


8.45 am Registration, tea and coffee 
9.30 am The use of nuclear medicine in endocrinologyDr Jamshed Bomanji, Consultant Radiologist, University College Hospital, London
10.10 am Radiological assessment of the adrenal glandDr Dylan Lewis, Consultant Radiologist, King’s College Hospital, London
10.45 am Gonadal imagingDr Mary Crofton, St Mary’s Hospital, London
11.20 am Tea and coffee break 
11.40 am Radiological assessment of the pituitary glandDr Amrish Mehta, Imperial College London
12.20 pm Non-invasive imaging of the diabetic footDr David Elias, Consultant Radiologist, Kings College Hospital
1.00 pm Lunch 
1.50 pm Vascular imaging and interventional radiology of the diabetic footDr Dean Huang, Consultant Radiologist, Kings College Hospital
2.20 pm Parathyroid localisation and update on DXA scanningProfessor Judith Adams, Emeritus Professor of Radiology, University of Manchester
3.10 pm Tea and coffee break 
3.30 pm Radiological evaluation of thyroid nodules and cancerDr Steve Colley , Consultant Radiologist, University Hospitals, Birmingham
4.05 pm Imaging neuro-endocrine tumoursDr Anju Sahdev, Consultant Radiologist, St Bartholomew’s Hospital, London
4.50 pm Completion of evaluation forms 
4.55 pm Close of meeting 


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