Celebrate 100 years of RSNA, hear noted radiology speakers, and network with colleagues from across the globe at RSNA 2015, November 29-December 4 at McCormick Place, Chicago. Reserve your place today.
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Applications/registrations are currently being accepted for a number of RSNA workshops. A wide range of topics are offered. Check them out today.
Designed to combat children’s fear of MRI scans, the MRI Heroes Kit educates kids—and their parents—in a fun, non-intimidating way.
A new CT metric, size-specific dose estimate (SSDE), offers a better estimate of patient dose and may serve as an improved dose management tool.
Expert D. David Dershaw examines the evolving role of breast imaging from 1974-2015 and beyond.
Learn the rationale and different approaches for use of MR imaging to improve the accuracy of prostate biopsy, plus review potential uses and implications for diagnosis and clinical management.
A new study shows that, even in subjects without severe renal dysfunction, GBCA administration causes gadolinium accumulation in the brain, especially in the dentate nucleus and globus pallidus.
A recent study shows that whole-body DW imaging is superior to PET/CT in patients with lymphoma subtypes with variable FDG avidity. Learn optimal acquisition parameters and review imaging findings, pitfalls, and limitations.
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