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42 Ways to See a Tumour

Sunday 8 April

Modern medical imaging allows doctors to visualise disease processes in exquisite detail, and is often essential to provide a diagnosis and guide life-saving procedures. Complex tumours can require many different types of imaging, but when should we stop to prevent drowning doctors in data and wasting resources? Dr Michael Jackson, consultant radiologist at the Royal Hospital for Sick Children, Edinburgh, will discuss the real-life case of a child with an exceptionally rare tumour to explain how different imaging techniques led to a life-saving diagnosis and offer his personal take on the joys and challenges of his work.

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