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Géraldine Guasch (CRCM) - Publication dans Nature Communications -

Mar 2019 Bulletin du cancer

[Update of the recommendations of good clinical practice for the use of PET in oncology].

Auteurs

Abgral R, Malard O, Querellou-Lefranc S, Quere G, Wartski M, Coriat R, Hindie E, Taieb D, Tabarin A, Girard A, Grellier JF, Brenot-Rossi I, Groheux D, Rousseau C, Deandreis D, Alberini JL, Bodet-Milin C, Itti E, Casasnovas O, Kraeber-Bodere F, Moreau P, Philip A, Balleyguier C, Lucian A, Cachin F

Résumé

Positron Emission Tomography (PET) is a functional nuclear medicine imaging technique which clinical value in oncology has been demonstrated. PET indications are constantly evolving, thanks to the contribution of research. The use of PET in oncology has been the subject of recommendations according to the Standard-Options-Recommendations methodology from the Fédération Nationale des Centres de Lutte Contre le Cancer in 2002, updated in 2003. However, many scientific works have been published since 2003 and new tracers have also obtained a marketing authorization in France. The objective of this work was therefore to update the recommendations established in 2003. In this context, in collaboration with the Société française de médecine nucléaire, a working group was set up for the development of good clinical practice recommendations under the HAS-INCA methodological label. The present document is issued from a comprehensive review of the literature and rigorous appraisal by a panel of national experts, organ specialists, clinical oncologists, surgeons, and imaging specialists. It is intended to be used as a guide to decision-making for those oncology teams that are able to manage patients in various situations in which the AMM label is not sufficiently precise.

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