Celebrate 100 years of RSNA, hear noted radiology speakers, and network with colleagues at RSNA 2015, November 29-December 4 at McCormick Place, Chicago.
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In order to keep evolving as a specialty, radiology needs to embrace the era of molecular-based medicine that so critical to cancer care.
Multiphase CT is a faster, simpler tool for treating stroke patients, saving critical time and possibly lives, new research shows.
User input was central to the redesign of the RSNA/ACR public information website, now optimized for a variety of devices.
Microscopy-coil MR imaging equips dermatologic surgeons with comprehensive information about tumor morphology, allowing them to plan an optimal approach for resection, returning clear margins and inflicting minimal cosmetic deformity.
Women show decreased working memory after traumatic brain injury and differing post-injury changes. These study results may change future diagnostic work-ups of patients, and lead to gender-specific management strategies.
Review anatomy and relationships of the sphenoid bone and skull base, neuronavigation CT protocol and intraoperative navigation systems, surgical techniques and approaches, and anatomic aspects that increase complication risk.
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