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 first choice of accommodations.
View the RSNA 2015 Annual Report and learn how the Society, its members, and the radiology industry are partnering to advance the future of radiology. The report also includes 2015 highlights and accomplishments, plus donor listings and financial reports.
Volume 7: Imaging the Liver features 31 articles on diagnostic imaging, disease
detection, quantitative imaging, contrast agents, and treatment advances. The
online edition includes 13 tests that qualify for SA-CME credit.
Along with research and education, improvements in existing technology and the development of CT and MRI have helped refine radiologists’ understanding of injuries related to child abuse.
Researchers are seeking to improve on current models for determining risk/benefit ratios associated with breast cancer screening.
Diffusion-tensor imaging (DTI) is creating a major shift in the neurosurgical care of brain tumor patients and could play a role in 3-D functional brain printing.
Understanding appropriate acquisition techniques based on purpose, clinical utilities and limitations maximizes the efficiency and appropriate use of DT, reducing radiation exposure and improving diagnostic quality, patient care, workflow and cost-effectiveness.
Updated MR imaging model yields a voxel-wise composite biomarker score that outperforms single quantitative MR imaging parameters for detection of prostate cancer.
Non-CNS AVMs are characterized by progression and recurrence, often requiring aggressive management. Imaging with US, MR angiography and CT plays a crucial role in diagnosis and monitoring.
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