ACR @ RSNA 2019

Don’t miss ACR® at RSNA 2019 | Dec. 1–6, 2019

ACR Booth #3316 | South Building | Hall A | McCormick Place | Chicago

ACR AI-LAB™, ACR Data Science Institute® Booth #11122 | North Building | Level 1 | AI Showcase

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#JACR Tweet Chat — Tuesday, Dec. 3, 2019 | 3–4pm CT


Join us for a special JACR Tweet chat  during RSNA on Tuesday, Dec. 3, #JACR

Topic: IR vs. DR split: A few years later, where are we now?

Moderators: Tirath Patel, MD and Christine Kim, MD

ACR-RSNA Resident Reception


Monday, Dec. 2 | 4–5pm CT | Hyatt McCormick Place | Regency Ballrooms A & B

Image Wisely® Presentations


Tuesday, Dec. 3 | Discovery Theater | 3:20–3:50pm CT
Image Wisely: Can We Really Stop Shielding Patients?

Rebecca Marsh, PhD, DABR; Cynthia Rigsby, MD; Greg Morrison, Deputy CEO for ASRT

In April of 2019, AAPM released a position statement outlining the science behind removing fetal and gonadal patient shielding from routine clinical practice. Shortly afterwards, this position statement was endorsed by the ACR. In this session, speakers will address questions regarding this substantial change in clinical practice and provide information about related educational and outreach efforts.

Thursday, Dec. 5 | Discovery Theater | 9–9:15am CT
Image Wisely: Comparing VQ and CT Radiation Dose When Evaluating PE in Pregnant Patients

Don C. Yoo, MD

The Image Wisely Executive Committee will present a discussion on radiation dose for evaluating Pulmonary Embolism (PE) in pregnant patients. How do VQ and CT compare? This presentation will compare radiation dose to the fetus (similar for VQ and CT) with that to the maternal breast (higher for CT) and weigh the benefits and risks for each.