Supporting its mission to advance patient care, RSNA invites members to submit storyboard abstracts describing quality assessment and improvement initiatives for display at the annual meeting. Following rigorous peer review, 51 abstracts were presented at RSNA 2016.
Residents, fellows and radiologists less than two years out of training may be nominated for this four-day seminar to explore careers in academic radiology; successful candidates receive free registration, shared hotel accommodations and stipend. Nominations due April 15.
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Experts advise radiologists to tap into the power of Facebook, Twitter and other social media to engage their patients.
Two RSNA quantitative imaging biomarker profiles are aiding the Cancer Moonshot Initiative to eliminate cancer by accelerating research.
The ITMIG classification mediastinal division scheme is anticipated to enhance lesion localization, improve diagnosis, and assist in tailoring treatment plans.
Changes in diagnostic mammography performance metrics, such as increasing abnormal interpretation and cancer detection rates and decreasing PPV, have occurred over the past 10 years.
Timely diagnosis of blunt bowel and mesenteric injury helps decrease hospital stays and mortality. Comparing multidetector CT images with surgical and pathologic findings may improve diagnostic accuracy.
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