Approximately 350 courses at RSNA 2014 require tickets for entry. By adding a ticketed course to your Agenda,
you are reserving a ticket for that course.
Your Agenda allows you to add multiple items to your calendar so you can keep track of the things that interest
you. However, you can only reserve a ticket for one course during a given time slot. When you select a ticketed
course that conflicts with another ticketed course in your Agenda, you have the option to either switch your
selection or keep the ticket for your original selection. Both items will remain in your Agenda.
By visiting your Agenda, you can view a list of your ticketed courses and modify your selections by clicking Request
Ticket on a course that is not ticketed.
You may also make changes to your ticket selections by clicking here. Tickets will be mailed
to you in November.
If I have an obese patient who is 10 cm wider than my average patient, I need to double my CT scanner output to get acceptable image quality. Does this mean the obese patient is getting twice the effective dose?
Acknowledging the Limitations—as Well as the Strengths–of Imaging is Critical to Patient Care
Radiologists Must Play Central Role in Point-of-Care Ultrasound Training
Complexity of Breast Density Notification Laws at Center of Debate
Radiologists Urged to Adopt Value-Based Pay Model Regardless of Obamacare's Future
The Experts Ask: Is DTI for Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Ready for Prime Time?
Tool That Pulls Patient Information from EHR Streamlines Workflow
New Interventional Platform Reduces Radiation Exposure for Patients and Clinicians
Entering Misleading Information to "Get Scans Faster" Put Patients at Risk
3-T MRI is Imaging Standard for Detecting Cerebellar Hemorrhages in Preterm Infants
fMRI Demonstrates How HIV Patients' Brains Compensate for Neurocognitive Damage
They Sipped, They Savored
International Young Academics Learn Vital Skills Through RSNA IRIYA Program
Thursday-Friday At a Glance
Arenson is RSNA President
Ehman Named Board Chairman
Drayer is R&E Foundation Chair
Today's AAPM Symposium to Explore Radiomics
Mahoney is Board Liaison for Publications and Communications
Wednesday's Press Conferences
Tip of the day:
The sensitivity and specificity of standardized uptake value (SUV) as a diagnostic marker for malignancy decrease for lesions less than 7mm and can be influenced by image noise, resolution, and region of interest selection.