Achieving 50% contrast reduction in abdominal imaging using Spectral CT

In this webinar, Dr Jeffrey Goh shares his experience of using spectral images to boost contrast conspicuity in abdominal CT scans which are acquired with 50% the contrast dose.

This session will:

  • Explore the benefits of utilizing spectral detector CT 
  • Examine getting it first time right with technology and workflows
  • Review clinical case studies from Mount Elizabeth, Singapore

A live Q&A  with Dr Goh follows at the end of the session for which everyone is kindly invited to participate.

Course information


Dr Jeffrey Goh






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Following registration via this site, registrants will receive an email with the access details nearer to event date. 

Duration: 10:00 am – 11:00 am SGT (UTC+8)

Bi-weekly peer-to-peer webinar − As part of the commitment of Philips to clinical education, we are bringing you a bi-weekly webcast series, which will serve as a peer-to-peer platform for experience sharing in CT. The series occurs every other Tuesday.

Register your seat for the next session on August 4 where Dr John Younger demonstrates how he uses IntelliSpace Portal to workup cardiac CT images, scanned on Incisive CT.


09:55 am - 10:00 am Login webinar
10:00 am - 10:05 am Welcome and introduction
10:05 am - 10:45 am Talk by Dr Goh
10:45 am - 11:00 am Q&A with Dr Goh

About speaker

Dr Jeffrey Goh

Dr Jeffrey Goh is the lead radiologist for abdominal and pelvis imaging in CT and MRI at ParkwayHealth Radiology, and is the co-director for Med-Rad Associates. He is an invited radiology representative to KK Women's and Childrens’ Hospital Gynaeocology-Oncology Tumour Board. Dr Goh was previously Chief of Service for MR Imaging and Service Director of gastrointestinal, hepatobiliary and genito-urinary imaging at Tan Tock Seng Hospital. He undertook his Fellowship in abdominal imaging at University of California in San Francisco in 2003, and was a Fellow of the Royal College of Radiologists in 1999.

Dr Goh has published in various journals − AJR, Radiology, JCAT. He was previously faculty of the National University of Singapore medical undergraduate programme, the National Technological University MSc (Biomedical Engineering) programme, and also the Singapore Management University BSc (Science) programme on Medical Informatics. He has also actively contributed to the field as lecturer in abdominal and pelvic imaging for the National Radiology Basic Training Programme.