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To address rapidly expanding medical applications of 3D printing, and particularly to advance the specialty of radiology through 3D printing, RSNA has created a Special Interest Group (SIG) in 3D Printing as an add-on to RSNA membership.
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Adopting population health quality and efficiency strategies is necessary to thrive in the new era of healthcare reform.
Health policy expert Richard Duszak Jr, MD, offers a glimpse into the next chapter of healthcare, in which patients will expect transparency in delivery of healthcare systems.
Adopting standardization in radiology reporting and harnessing big data with imaging radiomics are key areas in precision medicine.
Multidetector CT images, standardized terms, and a radiologic template may increase understanding of key PDAC descriptors as new treatment options redefine borderline resectable disease.
Mean injected total gadolinium dose of 245.6 mmol leads to no significant increase of DN-to-pons or DN-to-MCP after mean of 23 serial injections spaced, on average, three months apart.
Advances in genetics and molecular biology have led to earlier recognition of and new treatments for many syndromic conditions that are associated with CNS tumors and require dedicated neuroimaging.
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