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    • Plenary Sessions

    • RSNA welcomes an outstanding lineup of esteemed lecturers and honorees at RSNA 2012. They are scholars, investigators, educators, leaders, and mentors who are changing the practice of radiology. Join us as they address the latest challenges, breakthroughs and triumphs of the medical imaging sciences.

    • Sunday, November 25 — Arie Crown Theater

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      Bisset Headshot  George S. Bisset III, MD
      President's Address:
      Putting Patients First—Rhetoric or Responsibility? 
      Pomahac  Bohdan Pomahac, MD
      Facial Restoration by Transplantation and the Role of Novel Imaging Technology 
      Ross  Arscott  Sheila Ross and Karen Arscott, DO
      The Doctor As Patient; The Patient As Advocate 

      Monday, November 26 — Arie Crown Theater

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      Cerri  Giovanni G. Cerri, MD, PhD
      São Paulo, Brazil
      Joshi  Mukund S. Joshi, MD
      Mumbai, India
      Palko  András Palkó, MD, PhD
      Szeged, Hungary
      Dreyer  Keith J. Dreyer, DO, PhD
      Eugene P. Pendergrass New Horizons Lecture:
      The Future of Imaging Informatics—Meaningful Use and Beyond
      Chang  Paul J. Chang, MD
      Eugene P. Pendergrass New Horizons Lecture:
      Meaningful IT Innovation to Support the Radiology Value Proposition

      Tuesday, November 27  —  Arie Crown Theater

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      Jost  R. Gilbert Jost, MD
      St. Louis, MO
      Olmstead  William W. Olmsted, MD, MSc
      Potomac, MD
      Thomas  Stephen R. Thomas, PhD
      Cincinnati, OH
      Gunderman  Richard B. Gunderman, MD, PhD
      Annual Oration in Diagnostic Radiology:
      The Story Behind the Image
      Berlin  Leonard Berlin, MD
      Annual Oration in Diagnostic Radiology:
      To Disclose or Not To Disclose Radiologic Errors—Should "Patient First" Supersede Radiologist Self-Interest?

      Wednesday, November 28  —  Arie Crown Theater

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      Zietman  Anthony L. Zietman, MD
      Annual Oration in Radiation Oncology:
      Radiation Oncology and Radiology—Should We Get Married Again? 

      Thursday, November 29  —  Arie Crown Theater

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      Siewerdsen  Jeffrey H. Siewerdsen, PhD
      RSNA/AAPM Symposium:
      Imaging Speed Demons
      Mistretta  Charles A. Mistretta, PhD
      Breaking Angiographic Speed Limits:
      Accelerated 4D MRA and 4D DSA Using Undersampled Acquisition and Constrained Reconstruction
      Tanter  Mickael Tanter, PhD
      Ultrasound Goes Supersonic: Very-High-Speed Plane Wave Transmission Imaging for New Morphological and Functional Imaging Modes 

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