Daily Bulletin 2016

Sunday At a Glance

Nov. 27, 2016


Opening Session (Arie Crown Theater)

RSNA Outstanding Educator and Outstanding Researcher Awards Presented

President's Address:
Beyond Imaging: Ensuring Radiology Impact in Clinical Care and Research
Richard L. Baron, MD

When Machines Think: Radiology's Next Frontier
Keith J. Dreyer, DO, PhD

Hope, Hype, and Harm as Medicine Enters the Digital Age: Lessons From (and For) Radiology
Robert M. Wachter, MD


RSNA Business Session (Arie Crown Theater)


First-time Attendee Orientation (Room E451A)


Science Session with Keynote: Breast Imaging (Arie Crown Theater)

Oncodiagnosis Panel: Liver Cancer (Room E353C)

Pediatric Series: Neuro (Room S100AB)

Scientific Paper Sessions


Scientific Poster, Quality Storyboard and Education Exhibit Presentations (Learning Center)


Interventional Oncology
Series: Renal and GU Tumors (S405AB)


Educational Courses


Plenary Session (Arie Crown Theater)

Report of the RSNA Research & Education Foundation
Burton P. Drayer, MD

Image Interpretation Session

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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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