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ACR Statement on Capitol Hill Violence

The American College of Radiology® stands with Americans of all political affiliations in condemning what took place Jan. 6 in Washington, DC. Read more »

Updates to SBA Loans for Radiology Practices

The 2021 omnibus appropriations package modifies the Paycheck Protection Program for certain radiology small businesses.

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Applications Now Open

The ACR is now accepting applications for Summer 2021 Virtual Radiology Internships through the ACR PIER Program. If you are a first-year medical student interested in exploring the field of Radiology, apply today!

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Apply for the Hillman Fellowship in Scholarly Publishing

Actively contribute to the Journal of the American College of Radiology and serve on the editorial board.

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2021 Chapter Grant Program

Providing financial support for innovative and knowledge sharing chapter initiatives.

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The ACR has accredited more than 39,000 facilities in 10 imaging modalities. We offer accreditation programs in Mammography, CT, MRI, Breast MRI, Nuclear Medicine and PET, Ultrasound, Breast Ultrasound and Stereotactic Breast Biopsy.

November Bulletin


The JACR and ACR Bulletin provide topics relevant to the practice of radiology and information about the College's services and members. Readers receive in-depth information about the profession including research, advocacy efforts, the latest technology, and education courses.

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ACR Case In Point

Test your clinical knowledge with the daily Case in Point program, which gives you the opportunity each weekday to work through a subspecialty case.


A 67-year-old woman with hypertension and diabetes mellitus presents with a 2-month history of dizziness. Initial symptoms are relatively mild, with some imbalance but no nausea or vomiting. She is seen in the ER and discharged home. She awakes the following morning with right-sided weakness. Upon returning to the ER, her neurologic examination shows right hemiparesis and right hemibody sensory loss. Left-sided tongue paresis is observed on tongue protrusion. Pupils are symmetric and reactive. As part of her ER evaluation, a head CT and CTA are initially obtained followed by a brain MRI.

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