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Thursday, November 29, 2012
Radiology and Radiation Oncology Need Closer Alliance
Donaldson is RSNA President
MR Imaging Unit in Afghanistan Gives Soldiers Front-line Treatment
Dashboard Technology Monitors Radiology Department Happenings
Experts Take Three-pronged Approach to Advancing Molecular Imaging
MR Imaging Plays Key Role in Post-Op Metal-on-Metal Hip Arthroplasty
Research Sheds New Light on Pulmonary Embolism
Evolving Reconstruction Techniques Preserve Quality, Reduce Dose
Thursday-Friday At a Glance
Obesity Epidemic Creates Growing Imaging Equipment Challenges
Researchers Study Shorter Interval between Surgery and SRS
Arenson Named Board Chairman
Borgstede is R&E Chair
RSNA/AAPM Symposium: Imaging Speed Demons
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Outstanding Researcher, Educator Recognized
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Patients with impaired physiological function affecting their thermoregulatory capacity are at increased risk for excessive tissue heating in MR imaging.
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