RSNA 2020 Trending Topics


AI for image-related tasks as well as non-imaging applications continues to trend in informatics.

Two sessions focus on trauma: Machine Learning for Trauma Imaging and Integration of AI-Driven Image Analysis in Time-Restricted Acute Trauma Workup.

Other topics of note include integrating AI into workflow, collaborative and federated AI approaches and regulatory issues related to use of non-image-based AI for workflow.

Medical 3D Printing Regulatory & Quality Considerations highlights quality assurance perspectives, post-processing for models and sterilization of 3D printing models. Novel uses of 3D printing and advanced visualization tools like augmented reality, holography and virtual reality platforms are also highlights.

Radiomics continues to be important to improving the value of radiology reporting, especially structured reporting and patient-facing reports. The ABCs of Radiogenomics focuses on genetic mutations and phenotypes of breast cancer and prediction to treatment by subtype of disease.

A Controversy Session, Radiology Report Substance, Structure and Style — Who’s Right? focuses on the varying approaches to radiology reporting.

Topics of interest in education exhibits include 3D printing and visualization in COVID-19 and other imaging areas, the use of AI with radiomics and DICOM for medical images. 

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