This talk discusses SPECT/CT scans of the knee can be a valuable tool in identifying the source of pain when other imaging modalities are unhelpful. SPECT-CT has proven to be of benefit in differentiating several important pathological processes, particularly following surgery. It will explore how SPECT-CT can provide additional information to help manage patients with previously undiagnosed knee pain.
• To understand the value of SPECT-CT in localising pain generators around the knee
• To learn how diagnose common complications of knee surgery with SPECT-CT
0.5 CPD credit
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Dr Arum Parthipun
Dr Arum Parthipun is a Consultant Radionuclide Radiologist with a special interest in
musculoskeletal hybrid imaging. Having qualified from Imperial College in 2000, he went on to specialist radiology training at St George’s Hospital after obtaining membership of the Royal College of Physicians in 2003 and
Fellowship of the Royal College of Radiologists in 2006. He has been working as a
Consultant Radiologist since 2009 and specialises in hybrid imaging techniques, with a
particular interest in SPECT-CT.