RSNA Offers Video Series and Discussion on Structured Reporting for Assessment of COVID-19

Live discussion on April 20 will answer questions on chest  X-ray and CT findings

RSNA has shared a three-part video series on structured reporting for chest X-ray and CT findings in the assessment of COVID-19.

The videos cover the following topics:

  1. Chest CT Appearance of COVID-19, including a review of CXR and CT Findings of COVID-19.
  2. RSNA Consensus Statement on Reporting of CT Findings Related to COVID-19 – endorsed by the Society of Thoracic Radiology, American College of Radiology and RSNA.
  3. The Chest Radiograph in the COVID-19 Pandemic: Role, Standardized Reporting, and CT Correlation, a presentation of how the University of Pennsylvania Medical Center has implemented structured reporting into their system.

Watch the videos and then join a live, question and answer discussion in RSNA’s COVID-19 Community on Monday, April 20, from Noon to 1 p.m. CT.

Moderator Harold I. Litt, MD, PhD, University of Pennsylvania Medical Center, Philadelphia, will lead a discussion featuring several radiologists from the University of Pennsylvania Medical Center.  Participating in the discussion will be Eduardo J. Mortani Barbosa Jr, MD, Scott A. Simpson, DO, Ana S. Kolansky, MD, and Maya Galperin-Aizenberg, MD.

Post your questions prior to April 20 in the COVID-19 Community for the opportunity to see the experts’ answers during the discussion. Once you are logged in, go to the Discussion tab and find the thread, “Structured Reporting for Chest X-Ray and CT Findings in the Assessment of COVID-19.”

The COVID-19 Community is free and open to the radiology community.  Participants must log in using their RSNA customer ID information.  If you are not an RSNA member, create a free account. For technical assistance or questions about RSNA membership, please email,

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