CHICAGO—RSNA is a chance for those in the radiology community to meet, swap stories and share information about the latest developments in imaging. In that spirit, Health Imaging will be talking to people at the meeting each day and asking them each one question.
The last question for this year’s RSNA is: What about this year’s conference most interested or impressed you and will be something you bring back to your practice?
Martha Mainiero, MD – radiologist, Rhode Island Hospital, Providence
“I’m going to bring back to my practice the issues of screening breast ultrasound, the pros and cons. It seems there’s a trend for more and more practices to be adopting screening breast ultrasound…I was particularly interested to see how many places in Europe are doing screening breast ultrasound on women with dense breasts.”
Narendra Shet, MD – pediatric radiology fellow, Seattle Children’s Hospital
“The thing I’m taking away the most is that the quality of the educational information in terms of the exhibits and posters has been still phenomenal.”
Arash Meshksar, MD – radiologist, University of Arizona, Tucson
“I enjoyed both the exhibition and the lectures…there were specific courses, called series courses, and I was most interested in the neuroradiology part…In the exhibition part, we needed new software for our perfusion analysis and I enjoyed the booths that were related to that.”