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    June 01, 2014

    Resident and Fellow Focus Debuts in RadioGraphics

    The journal RadioGraphics has unveiled a new regular online feature (pubs.rsna.org/page/radiographics/residentsfellows) with content tailored specifically to trainees: image-rich, interactive presentations designed to give viewers a thorough understanding of an important topic in radiologic imaging. Each presentation is accompanied by an extended abstract that provides additional contextual information. See the following presentations in recent and upcoming issues:

    • What Is That Cyst? Common Cystic Lesions of the Female Lower Genitourinary Tract (March-April 2014 issue)
    • Bladder Injury: Types, Mechanisms, and Diagnostic Imaging (May-June 2014 issue)
    • Imaging Evaluation of Peritoneum with Emphasis on Embryology, Surgical Anatomy and Differential Diagnosis (July-August 2014 issue)

    Development of the new feature is overseen by Jennifer A. Harvey, M.D., a professor of radiology and head of the Division of Breast Imaging at the University of Virginia Health System, and Sanjeev Bhalla, M.D., a professor of radiology and chief of the Cardiothoracic Imaging Section at Washington University in St. Louis. “We’re pleased to be able to offer these presentations as an engaging, challenging way to help residents and fellows keep pace with practice standards and important topics in radiology,” Dr. Harvey said.

    RadioGraphics Resident and Fellow Focus
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