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PET-CT in urological malignancy 15 Jun 2019

In this video, Dr Stefano Fanti discusses how PET-CT is used for diagnosis and staging for urological malignancy.

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Duration:49 mins


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Stefano Fanti

Born in Bologna, Italy, where completed all his studies and finally graduated at University of Bologna. Started working in conventional nuclear medicine in the ’90, then involved in the project of PET Unit at S.Orsola Policlinic Hospital, participating to site planning then appointed as medical director in 2002. Last year the PET Unit carried out more than 12000 exams, resulting one of the most active in Europe; in particular the PET Center in Bologna is known for the nonFDG scans, in both clinical routine and research area (about 2000 exams last year). At present he is full time employed in Nuclear Medicine as Professor of Diagnostic Imaging as well as Director of Nuclear Medicine Division and of PET Unit at the S.Orsola Policlinic Hospital. Author of more than 1000 papers, including 400 full articles published in peer reviewed international journals, several books and chapters; invited lecturer at more than 120 national and international meetings.