With only two weeks to go until its 105th Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting, the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA®) has announced it will feature plenary session lectures on a range of healthcare topics and recognise distinguished radiologists.


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This year’s meeting programme is dedicated to William R. Eyler, MD, an esteemed radiologist and teacher who served nearly 20 years as Radiology editor. Dr. Eyler received the RSNA Gold Medal in 1976.


The December meeting will feature plenary sessions on patient interaction, imaging and Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, neuroimaging and genetics, integrated diagnostics, radio-patho-genomics and next-generation technologies for precision health.


More details on speakers and award honorees are here.


The 2019 meeting runs for six days from December 1 to 6 and comprises educational programmes for radiologists, radiation oncologists, physicists in medicine, radiologic technologists and allied healthcare professionals.


The meeting will feature 1,662 scientific papers in 16 subspecialties: breast; cardiac; chest; emergency radiology; gastrointestinal; genitourinary; health services, policy and research; informatics; molecular imaging; musculoskeletal; neuroradiology; nuclear medicine; pediatric; physics; radiation oncology and radiobiology; and vascular and interventional


Industry will be represented through, 701 technical exhibits will cover 441,800 square feet and there will be 133 first-time exhibitors at the event.



Source: RSNA

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