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  • Radiology in Public Focus

    Press releases were sent to the medical news media for the following articles appearing in a recent issue of Radiology.


    February 1, 2018

    Digital First

    MRI Shows Brain Differences Among ADHD Patients

    Football Position and Length of Play Affect Brain Impact

    Media Coverage of RSNA

    Radiology Aug 2016 cover

    In October, 1,715 RSNA-related news stories were tracked in the media. These stories reached an estimated 943 million people.

    Coverage included The Wall Street Journal, Yahoo! Finance, HealthDay, WebMD, Daily Mail, BBC.com, Scientific American, Philly.com, Houston Chronicle, San Francisco Chronicle, Reuters Health, The Arizona Republic, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Health Imaging & IT, Auntminnie.com and ScienceDaily.

    Read coverage of RSNA in these media:

    New Videos on RadiologyInfo.org

    Visit RadiologyInfo.org, the public information website produced by RSNA and ACR, to view new videos featuring Jay Pahade, MD, describing various imaging procedures, including:

    • Abdominal Ultrasound

    • Body CT

    • Bone X-ray

    • Pelvic Ultrasound

    • Spine MRI

    February Public Information Outreach Activity Focuses on Heart Health

    In honor of American Heart Month in February, RSNA is educating the public through a series of public service announcements (PSAs) discussing the risks associated with coronary artery disease. The PSAs will focus on available screening methods such as calcium scoring with cardiac CT.




    FootballClak
    Axial MRIs show results of tract-based spatial statistics analysis of white matter fractional anisotropy clusters of voxels with a significant crossover interaction (P < .05, corrected) between concussion history and career duration (red and orange) and between concussion history and playing position (blue). Clusters are overlaid on the mean white matter skeleton (white) in Montreal Neuroimaging Institute space (y coordinates are shown in millimeters).

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