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Whole body MRI in myeloma and bone disease - how to do it
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15/02/2019
When: 15/02/2019
09:00 AM
Where: University of Liverpool in London
33 Finsbury Square
London, London  EC2A 1AG
United Kingdom
Contact: Caroline Oxley
01157484509

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The NICE guidelines now specify that best practice for staging myeloma is whole body imaging. With this in mind, the BIR is running this interactive workshop for radiologists
and radiographers to discuss and learn the principles of setting up whole body MRI and image interpretation. This workshop will teach delegates how to acquire the right scans
for MRI in myeloma and how to present and interpret the images, via a mixture of interactive workstation-based sessions and short presentations.

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