A Guide to PET/CT and PET/MRI

  • Ferdinando Calabria
  • Orazio Schillaci

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xii
  2. Ferdinando Calabria, Andrea Cimini, Antonio Bagnato, Domenico Gullà, Giuseppe L. Cascini, Nicoletta Urbano et al.
    Pages 1-36
  3. Ferdinando Calabria, Orazio Schillaci
    Pages 37-55
  4. Ferdinando Calabria, Marzia Colandrea, Giuseppe L. Cascini, Orazio Schillaci
    Pages 57-82
  5. Giorgio Treglia, Barbara Muoio, Luca Giovanella
    Pages 83-88
  6. Ferdinando Calabria, Orazio Schillaci
    Pages 89-98
  7. Luca Filippi, Patrizia Pizzichini, Oreste Bagni, Francesco Scopinaro
    Pages 99-113
  8. Ferdinando Calabria, Antonio Bagnato, Vincenzo Gangemi, Rosina Paonessa, Mario Leporace, Nicoletta Urbano et al.
    Pages 115-130
  9. Agostino Chiaravalloti, Ferdinando Calabria, Antonio Bagnato, Orazio Schillaci
    Pages 131-141
  10. Maria Luisa De Rimini, Giovanni Borrelli
    Pages 143-178
  11. Laura Evangelista, Alessandra Zorz
    Pages 179-192
  12. Sebastiano Cosentino, Fabrizio Scopelliti, Gabriella Murè, Sara Baldari, Massimo Ippolito
    Pages 193-209
  13. Robert Pichler, Johannes Wolfsgruber, Ferdinando Calabria, Orazio Schillaci, Andreas Dunzinger
    Pages 211-225
  14. Antoine Leuzy, Kerstin Heurling, Michael Schöll
    Pages 227-234

About this book


This book provides a rapid and concise guide to PET (PET/CT and PET/MRI) molecular imaging, concentrating extensive information on PET radiopharmaceuticals in a single volume.

The book reflects the rapid development of several PET tracers over the last decade, as a result of which the “traditional” PET/CT with 18F-FDG, the “cornerstone” of PET imaging, is now only one of several available options, which use different tracers for different diseases. For the same reason, PET imaging is no longer limited to the field of oncology.

In the editors’ experience, students in medicine and residents in nuclear medicine and radiology have limited access to scientific papers concerning novel PET tracers. Moreover, these papers generally focus on a single PET radiopharmaceutical. With approx. 20 radiopharmaceuticals explained in detail and a wealth of images and clinical cases, the book represents a versatile, comprehensive and practice-oriented guide to PET imaging, pursuing a unique and novel approach to the clinical role of PET tracers.

The book’s didactic nature also makes it an invaluable tool for residents in nuclear medicine and radiology, as well as for radiographers and clinicians in radiotherapy, oncology, hematology, cardiology and neurology.


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Editors and affiliations

  • Ferdinando Calabria
    • 1
  • Orazio Schillaci
    • 2
  1. 1.Department of Nuclear Medicine and TheranosticsMariano Santo HospitalCosenzaItaly
  2. 2.Department of Biomedicine and PreventionUniversity of Rome Tor VergataRomeItaly

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