Improving diagnostic confidence in head and neck using Spectral CT

In this webinar, Dr Sandeep Bhuta shares his experience using the spectral layers of information in diagnosis of head and neck cases.

This session will explore:

  • Challenges in head and neck CT imaging
  • Benefits of utilizing spectral detector CT
  • Getting it first time right with technology and workflows
  • Review of clinical case studies from Gold Coast University Hospital, Australia

A live Q&A with Dr Bhuta follows at the end of the session. 

Course information


Dr Sandeep Bhuta






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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 July 21 where Dr Jeffrey Goh will share his experience with the low contrast scans on IQon Spectral CT, reducing contrast by 50%.


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 Bhuta
10:45 am - 11:00 am Q&A with Dr Bhuta

About speaker

Dr Sandeep Bhuta

Sandeep Bhuta is a Staff Neuroradiologist at Gold Coast University Hospital and Associate Professor, Griffith University, School of Medicine and Menzies Health Institute, Gold Coast. After finishing FRANZCR he trained in North America for two years, in comprehensive Fellowship in Adult and Pediatric Neuroradiology, and Head & Neck Imaging at University of Toronto, Canada.

He has received numerous accolades, research awards at conferences including American Academy of Neurology, Chicago in 2007 and RANZCR research awards at annual scientific meetings in 2007 and 2009, Certificate of Merit at American Roentgen Ray Society (ARRS) San Diego, 2014. He was awarded Rouse Fellow, Travelling Professor Award by RANZCR in 2012. He co-chairs Neuroradiology Educational Exhibits Committee panel of Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) and is an active member of American and European Society of Neuroradiology (ASNR, ESNR).

He is an Associate Editor for JMIRO journal and reviewer for many other international journals including Neurosurgery. He is co-founder of Head & Neck Cancer Services and Acute Stroke Service at Gold Coast University Hospital. He enjoys teaching and mentoring Griffith University medical students. He has presented more than 100 oral presentations, scientific papers and exhibits at various conferences and contributed to head and neck surgery textbooks. His areas of interest and research are Susceptibility Weighted Imaging, Stroke Brain Perfusion, Neurooncology and Head & Neck Cancer Imaging.

Recently he became the first Australian to receive the prestigious Anne Osborn Outreach Neuroradiology Professor Award 2019, offered by American Society of Neuroradiology.