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  • Registration Open for RSNA 2016

    Attend RSNA 2016: Beyond Imaging, November 27 to December 2 at McCormick Place, Chicago, featuring educational courses, scientific paper presentations, and technical exhibits. Register early for best choice of accommodations.

    Liver Symposium at RSNA 2016

    Extend your RSNA 2016 experience and join RSNA President Richard L. Baron, MD, for a full-day liver imaging symposium on Friday, December 2. Topics include Hepatobiliary Tumor Imaging and Imaging Spectrum of Benign and Malignant Vascular Tumors.

    Virtual Meeting Expanded for RSNA 2016

    Register for the RSNA 2016 Virtual Meeting, now featuring 25% more content, extended access, CME credit for live sessions--plus a select number of CME-eligible courses on demand! Maximize your meeting experience when and where you want.

  • RSNA News

  • Pediatric

    Look Ahead: The Future of Pediatric Radiology

    July 01, 2016

    Nationally recognized pediatric radiology expert Marilyn J. Siegel, MD, shares her insight on where technology is taking the subspecialty in coming years.


    BOOST Forges Ties Between Radiology, Radiation Oncology

    July 01, 2016

    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.


    Image-guided Video-assisted Surgery Helps Remove Small Lung Masses

    July 01, 2016

    Real-time image-guided video-assisted thoracic surgery procedures are helping remove small lung cancers less invasively at Brigham and Women’s Hospital.

  • Journal Features

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    Imaging Findings of Congestive Hepatopathy (CH)

    CH—characterized by diverse clinical, hemodynamic, and histologic manifestations that vary with the temporal course of the underlying cardiac dysfunction—manifests with many imaging findings, including dilated hepatic veins and heterogeneous parenchymal enhancement.

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    Reduced Integrity of Right Lateralized White Matter in Patients with Primary Insomnia: A Diffusion-Tensor Imaging Study

    WM tracts related to regulation of sleep and wakefulness, and limbic cognitive and sensorimotor regions, are disrupted in the right brain in patients with primary insomnia, possibly due to loss of myelination.

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    Bariatric CT: Challenges and Solutions

    Bariatric patients present numerous unique challenges, and basic knowledge of scanner characteristics, image reconstruction, and obesity-related artifacts, both in nonenhanced and contrast-enhanced studies, is essential for acquisition of diagnostic-quality CT images.