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Cardio-Oncology - Diagnosis and Therapy

Haitao Zhu

Jiangsu University, China

Dr. Zhu is a researcher in imaging diagnosis and molecular imaging research of cardiovascular and abdominal tumors. At present, he has presided over two projects of the National Nature Fund and one project of the Jiangsu Provincial Nature Fund. His relevant research results have been published in more than 30 journals at home and abroad, including 3 papers (IF>10) and 5 papers (IF>5). Dr. Zhu has participated in the compilation of three English Monographs.

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Dongqing Wang

Affiliated Hospital of Jiangsu University

Dr. Wang is an experienced doctor in medical imaging diagnosis as well as a researcher in imaging diagnosis and molecular imaging research of abdominal tumors. Dr. Wang has won the Science and Technology Award of the Chinese Association of Integrated Traditional and Western Medicine, Jiangsu Medical Science and Technology Progress Award, the Jiangsu Provincial Health Commission New Technology Introduction Award, and the Zhenjiang Science and Technology Progress Award.

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Oncology Cardio-Oncology Tumor Cardiovascular Disease History CMR Echocardiography PET-CT Prevention Treatment Imaging Biomarker

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With the rise and development of Cardio-Oncology, the early screening and monitoring of cardiotoxicity caused by anticancer therapy are particularly vital. Common screening methods for cardiotoxicity include biomarkers, electrocardiograms, and imaging examinations. Imaging examinations such as speckle tracking echocardiography, cardiac magnetic resonance imaging (CMR), cardiac computed tomography (CCT), and radionuclide myocardial perfusion imaging can screen out cardiac injury earlier and more sensitively, and evaluate cardiac substructure and overall function more comprehensively. CMR is a multi-parameter imaging method, and multiple imaging sequences provide information on anatomy, cardiac function, tissue characteristics, blood flow, or perfusion data, all to have a more comprehensive understanding of the changes in cardiac structure and function after anticancer therapy. CMR has a high diagnostic value for common manifestations of cardiotoxicity, including myocardial ischemia, valvular disease, cardiac dysfunction, myocardial fibrosis, and pericardiac disease. At the same time, compared with traditional echocardiography, CMR is more reproducible, accurate, and sensitive, and it has more advantages in early screening and long-term monitoring.

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Haitao Zhu

Zhu Haitao, Ph.D., doctoral supervisor. Member of the Youth Committee of Jiangsu society of radiologists, and member of the head and neck group of Jiangsu society of radiology. \'333\' the third-level talents in Jiangsu Province, Six-Peak talents in Jiangsu Province, and key young medical talent in Jiangsu Province. At present, he has presided over 2 projects of the National Nature Fund and 1 project of the Jiangsu Provincial Nature Fund. His relevant research results have been published in more than 30 journals at home and abroad, including 3 papers (IF>10) and 5 papers (IF>5). Dr.Hu has participated in the compilation of 3 English Monographs.

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