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Extend your RSNA 2016 experience and join RSNA President Richard L. Baron, MD, for a full-day liver imaging symposium on Friday, December 2. Topics include Hepatobiliary Tumor Imaging and Imaging Spectrum of Benign and Malignant Vascular Tumors.
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Join experts from around the world for a one-day RSNA 2016 symposium on liver imaging.
CH—characterized by diverse clinical, hemodynamic, and histologic manifestations that vary with the temporal course of the underlying cardiac dysfunction—manifests with many imaging findings, including dilated hepatic veins and heterogeneous parenchymal enhancement.
WM tracts related to regulation of sleep and wakefulness, and limbic cognitive and sensorimotor regions, are disrupted in the right brain in patients with primary insomnia, possibly due to loss of myelination.
Bariatric patients present numerous unique challenges, and basic knowledge of scanner characteristics, image reconstruction, and obesity-related artifacts, both in nonenhanced and contrast-enhanced studies, is essential for acquisition of diagnostic-quality CT images.
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