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The Top Five Most Viewed Content at Diagnostic Imaging in July 2023

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Catch up on the most viewed content at Diagnostic imaging in July 2023.

Our top five content in July ranged from a breakdown of new research about the rise of non-physician practitioner (NPP) imaging interpretation to our coverage of the SNMMI 2023 conference, including research about the use of an emerging PET radiotracer to detect coronary artery disease in obese patients and the promise of ultra-high resolution (UHR) brain PET. Review the slideshow below to see this month's top content.

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