Attend RSNA 2016: Beyond Imaging, November 27 to December 2 at McCormick Place, Chicago, featuring educational courses, scientific paper presentations, and technical exhibits. Register early for best choice of accommodations.
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.
International scholars who have completed training and are pursuing academic radiology can apply to study in a North American institution. Candidates must demonstrate how their fellowship experience will benefit radiology in their institution and community.
Nationally recognized pediatric radiology expert Marilyn J. Siegel, MD, shares her insight on where technology is taking the subspecialty in coming years.
Since 2007, the RSNA BOOST program has offered the perfect forum—the RSNA annual meeting—to bring radiologists and radiation oncologists together to improve care for cancer patients.
Real-time image-guided video-assisted thoracic surgery procedures are helping remove small lung cancers less invasively at Brigham and Women’s Hospital.
Understanding appropriate acquisition techniques based on purpose, clinical utilities and limitations maximizes the efficiency and appropriate use of DT, reducing radiation exposure and improving diagnostic quality, patient care, workflow and cost-effectiveness.
The diagnostic performance of MR elastography in staging liver fibrosis is similarly high in patients with and without chronic hepatitis B, while liver stiffness values differ.
Non-CNS AVMs are characterized by progression and recurrence, often requiring aggressive management. Imaging with US, MR angiography and CT plays a crucial role in diagnosis and monitoring.
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