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  • Registration Open for RSNA 2016

    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 best choice of accommodations.

    Liver Symposium at RSNA 2016

    Extend your RSNA 2016 experience and join RSNA President Richard L. Baron, MD, for a full-day liver imaging symposium on Friday, December 2. Topics include Hepatobiliary Tumor Imaging and Imaging Spectrum of Benign and Malignant Vascular Tumors.

    Derek Harwood-Nash Entries Due July 1

    International scholars who have completed training and are pursuing academic radiology can apply to study in a North American institution. Candidates must demonstrate how their fellowship experience will benefit radiology in their institution and community.

  • RSNA News

  • Child Abuse

    Radiology Plays Critical Role in the Diagnosis of Child Abuse

    June 01, 2016

    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.

    BreastImaging

    Researchers: Use Caution with Benefit/ Risk Ratios in Breast Screening

    June 01, 2016

    Researchers are seeking to improve on current models for determining risk/benefit ratios associated with breast cancer screening.

    DTI

    The Promise and Potential of DTI in Neurology 

    May 12, 2016

    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.