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Addressing radiation safety and patient dose, “Whole Body CT Protocol for Trauma: Review of Arm Positioning with Emphasis on Image Quality and Radiation Dose,” from RSNA 2016, examines arm positioning on image quality as well as the radiation dose for whole-body CT for trauma.
This hands-on training will introduce Comparative Effectiveness Research through online modules, a 1.5-day workshop and web-based sessions over the course of a year beginning July 2017. Upon program completion, participants will have developed a submission-ready grant application.
Radiologists were part of a team at Mt. Sinai Hospital who used a 3-D printed model to plan and guide surgery on an 8-year-old girl.
Experts weigh in on PI-RADS v2 — a simplified scoring system focusing on the detection and exclusion of clinically significant prostate cancer.
RSNA R&E funded research shows potential of 3-D spiral-based MR thermometry technique.
The ITMIG classification mediastinal division scheme is anticipated to enhance lesion localization, improve diagnosis, and assist in tailoring treatment plans.
Supplemental MR screening improves early diagnosis in women with average risk for breast cancer, with an additional cancer yield of 15.5 per 1000 cases and interval cancer rate of zero.
Timely diagnosis of blunt bowel and mesenteric injury helps decrease hospital stays and mortality. Comparing multidetector CT images with surgical and pathologic findings may improve diagnostic accuracy.
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