Science & Education
A collection of not-to-be missed RSNA science and educational content from 2012
Browse some of the most innovative and popular articles published in RSNA’s peer-reviewed journal Radiology and RadioGraphics and re-experience the excitement of scientific advancement with the Alexander R. Margulis Award in Scientific Excellence, presented to the best original scientific article published in Radiology. Each RSNA Scan includes the award-winning article, as well as the accompanying video award presentation.
The scan also features the most-viewed scientific abstracts from RSNA 2012, including recipients of the Science Trainee Research Prize as well as the most viewed and talked about educational exhibits from RSNA 2012, including recipients of the Magna Cum Laude Award. The RSNA Scan is also a perfect teaching tool for residents and fellows by gathering together some of the most important topics in radiology education.
Keep diagnosis skills sharp by investigating some of the most challenging and unique Cases of the Day covering a wide range of subspecialties. The RSNA Scan includes the most misdiagnosed cases by attendees as well as an in-depth review of imaging findings and detailed discussion on how each correct diagnosis can be reached.
Watch RSNA 2012 plenary sessions including the ever-popular Image Interpretation Session, along with the Eugene P. Pendergrass New Horizons lecture and Annual Oration in Radiation Oncology, the Friday Imaging Symposium, RSNA/AAPM Symposium and RSNA 2012 President’s Address.
From RSNA 2012:
‣ Most misdiagnosed Cases of the Day
‣ Magna Cum Laude award-winning education exhibits
‣ Plenary session videos including the Image Interpretation Session
‣ Award-winning Trainee Research Prize abstracts
From RSNA Journals:
‣ Most-read RadioGraphics journal
‣ Most-read Radiology journal articles
This activity is educational, but not approved for CME credit.
For more information on the RSNA Scan please contact the RSNA Education Center at email@example.com.