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Radiologists Must Look Beyond Imaging to Remain at the Forefront of Healthcare
Dreyer, Wachter to Discuss the Good and Bad in Radiology's Digital Revolution
R&E Foundation Innovators Move the Specialty Beyond Imaging
2016 Outstanding Researcher, Educator Honored Today
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2016 RSNA Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting Program Dedication
RSNA and Exhibitors Look Beyond Imaging to Improve Patient Care: Nuance is Providing Radiology with the Tools to Do It
Sunday At a Glance
President's Letter: Welcome to RSNA 2016
Welcome to RSNA 2016 from the RSNA Board of Directors
Virtual Meeting Enhances the RSNA 2016 Experience
The Dramatic Evolution of RSNA's Diagnosis Live™
RSNA's 5k Fun Run to Support Radiology Research
The Netherlands, Turkey, Honored at RSNA 2016
Visit the All-new RSNA Connections Center
Credit Eval for Course Evaluations and CME Credits
Need a Fresh Headshot? Visit the Professional Portrait Studio
From Herbs to Hops, McCormick Place Rooftop Garden Yields a Healthy Harvest
Learning Center Highlights
Stay Connected Through Social Media at #RSNA16
Continuing Education Credits Available
Corporate Symposiums at RSNA 2016
Technical Exhibit Spotlights World's Newest Innovations
Special Recognition for In-Kind Support
Question of the Day:
What is dose creep?
Tip of the day:
Insufficient sampling rates on Doppler ultrasound can cause aliasing that looks like reversed flow, but isn't. Be sure when using Doppler that the velocity scale is set to a wide enough range.
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What is dose creep?
Dose creep occurs when technologists begin overexposing to ensure good image quality. Exposure index should be monitored over time to prevent unnecessary overexposure of patients.