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RSNA Honorary Membership Presented
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Annual Oration in Diagnostic Radiology Presented Today
RSNA 2017 Gold Medalists
RSNA 2017 Press Releases
RSNA 2017 Sessions Geared Toward Residents and Fellows
RSNA 2017: Explore Sessions in Every Subspecialty
New Horizons Lecture Dedicated to Mansfield
Special Recognition for In-kind Support
Dreyer, Criminisi Discuss Machine Learning in RSNA/AAPM Symposium Today
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Walter H. Backes, PhD, Accepts Alexander R. Margulis Award for Scientific Excellence
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Power Doppler does not exhibit aliasing artifacts because it relies on the intensity of the Doppler spectrum without velocity or frequency information. Attribution: Zaiyang Long, PhD
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A CT protocol uses automatic dose modulation. If the patient is located above scanner isocenter, what will happen to dose compared to a patient at isocenter?