Radionuclide study day

Meeting organiser Dr Andy Scarsbrook from Leeds Teaching Hospitals with delegate Dr Teresa Szyszko from St Bartholomew’s Hospital, London.


This year’s annual radionuclide study day, organised by Dr Andy Scarsbrook of Leeds Teaching Hospitals, was held at the Royal Institute of British Architects in Portland Place, London.


Meeting attendees have grown in number over the years, especially with the advent of PETCT.


It meeting opened with an update by Dr Steve Ebdon Jackson on ARSAC matters.  He pointed out that the Newsletter on the website ( was a mine of information.


Dr Graham from Bath elegantly demonstrated how SPECT V/Q improves the diagnostic rate for the investigation.  DATscan interpretation was simplified in the lecture by Dr Kevin Bradley from Oxford Radcliffe Hospitals.


A highlight of the meeting was the entertaining review of the career of recently-retired Dr Bob Bury, who started his professional career as a surgeon in the military, then studied radiology at the Middlesex Hospital.


See the full report on page 6 of the March 2011 issue of RAD Magazine.

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