Nationally recognized pediatric radiology expert Marilyn J. Siegel, MD, shares her insight on where technology is taking the subspecialty in coming years.
A radiologist who helped pioneer the patient-centered care movement received a very special piece of artwork as a thank-you from one appreciative patient.
Interactive quiz-based learning, tablet-based resources and a host of new apps are among the mobile technology taking radiology education to the next level.
Networking, social media and the RSNA 2016 Resident and Fellow Symposium focusing on issues of financial interest to trainees were among the topics discussed recently by the RSNA Resident and Fellow Committee.
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.
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