E-ISSN: 2305-1620
ISSN: 2221-0288

Pakistan Journal of Nuclear Medicine

Pakistan Journal of Nuclear Medicine (PJNM) aims to contribute towards research and education of physicians in the field of nuclear medicine and allied sciences. The journal shall provide a platform for publishing and disseminating scientific and clinical contributions of the nuclear medicine community nationally and provides an opportunity for exchange of information and collaboration with the international nuclear medicine community at large.

The journal welcomes a wide variety of publication formats including editorials, state-of-the-art review articles, original scientific and clinical research papers, case reports, interesting scans, letters to the editor etc. 

PJNMed is the official journal of Pakistan Society of Nuclear Medicine.

About Journal Editorial Board

Articles

Most Accessed Articles

  1. Determination of the optimum filter for 99mTc SPECT breast imaging using a wire mesh collimator
    Xianling Dong, M.I. Saripan, R. Mahmud, S. Mashohor, Aihui Wang
    Pak J Nucl Med. 2017; 7(1): 9-15
    » Abstract » doi: 10.24911/PJNMed.7.2

  2. Behaviour of wedges for different field sizes and depths
    Sajjad Ahmed Memon, Naeem Ahmed Laghari, Fayaz Hussain Mangi
    Pak J Nucl Med. 2017; 7(1): 20-27
    » Abstract » doi: 10.24911/PJNMed.7.4

  3. Clinical characteristics and long-term outcome of patients with differentiated carcinoma of thyroid with bone metastases: a retrospective study
    Sadaf Tufail Butt, Shazia Fatima, Noreen Marwat, Kahkashan Mir, Ayesha Ammar, Mohammad Faheem
    Pak J Nucl Med. 2017; 7(1): 34-37
    » Abstract » doi: 10.24911/PJNMed.7.6

  4. Pre-operative cardiac risk stratification for noncardiac surgery in cancer patients using myocardial perfusion scintigraphy
    Iqbal Munir, Amrah Javaid, Khalid Nawaz, Mohammed Hathaf Al-Rowaily, Muaadh Abdualrehman Al-Asbahi
    Pak J Nucl Med. 2017; 7(1): 28-33
    » Abstract » doi: 10.24911/PJNMed.7.5

  5. A brief review of targetted radionuclide therapies
    Mohammed Hathaf Al-Rowaily, Daniele Dondi, MarcoChinol, Iqbal Munir, Muaadh Abdualrehman Alasbahi
    Pak J Nucl Med. 2017; 7(1): 4-8
    » Abstract » doi: 10.24911/PJNMed.7.1

Top Downloaded Articles

  1. Determination of the optimum filter for 99mTc SPECT breast imaging using a wire mesh collimator
    Xianling Dong, M.I. Saripan, R. Mahmud, S. Mashohor, Aihui Wang
    Pak J Nucl Med. 2017; 7(1): 9-15
    » Abstract » doi: 10.24911/PJNMed.7.2

  2. A brief review of targetted radionuclide therapies
    Mohammed Hathaf Al-Rowaily, Daniele Dondi, MarcoChinol, Iqbal Munir, Muaadh Abdualrehman Alasbahi
    Pak J Nucl Med. 2017; 7(1): 4-8
    » Abstract » doi: 10.24911/PJNMed.7.1

  3. Clinical characteristics and long-term outcome of patients with differentiated carcinoma of thyroid with bone metastases: a retrospective study
    Sadaf Tufail Butt, Shazia Fatima, Noreen Marwat, Kahkashan Mir, Ayesha Ammar, Mohammad Faheem
    Pak J Nucl Med. 2017; 7(1): 34-37
    » Abstract » doi: 10.24911/PJNMed.7.6

  4. Measurement of radiation doses to occupational workers in nuclear medicine
    Misbah Javed, Saeed Ur Rahman, Iqra Tanveer, Ghulam Asghar, Shazia Fatima, Mohammad Fahim
    Pak J Nucl Med. 2017; 7(1): 16-19
    » Abstract » doi: 10.24911/PJNMed.7.3

  5. Behaviour of wedges for different field sizes and depths
    Sajjad Ahmed Memon, Naeem Ahmed Laghari, Fayaz Hussain Mangi
    Pak J Nucl Med. 2017; 7(1): 20-27
    » Abstract » doi: 10.24911/PJNMed.7.4

A Quiz in PET Basics

Courtesy:  Dr. Riffat Parveen Hussain.
Consultant Nuclear Medicine Physician.
Department of Radiology.
Section of PET CT.
Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Centre.
Karachi

The Asian Nuclear Medicine Board (ANMB)

The Asian Nuclear Medicine Board has a new website ANMBoard.org... it has ANMB information that is pitched at the ANMB alumni and of course those who might be interested in future exams. There is also:

  • Material of interest for nuclear medicine physicians.
  • Ccase reports with a quiz at the end 
  • Journal Watch Section with recent publications of interest 
  • PowerPoint lectures from our fellows and faculty
  • Document on how to report nuclear medicine scans
Nuclear Medicine Practices in Pakistan in the Times of COVID-19 : Steps to Move Forward

To counteract the rapid spread of this contagion, Government of Pakistan has imposed a partial lockdown in the country since 23rd March 2020. Healthcare services are one of the essential services, which are working at its plausible capacity even under these restrictions. Nuclear medicine being a part of healthcare services has to rapidly embrace the shifting paradigms of patient care. New guidelines and standard operating procedures need to be developed to continue essential nuclear medicine services to prevent spread of this highly transmittable infection among staff and patients. These recommendations and guidelines should be safe, reasonably practical, and in line with the international, national, and hospital policies to combat COVID-19. This article offers a few suggestions and recommendations for efficient and safe delivery of nuclear medicine services.

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