Image interpretation session

Burton P. Drayer, George S. Bisset, Georgeann McGuinness, Michael N. Brant-Zawadzki, Elliot K. Fishman, Nancy M. Major

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Upholding a long-standing tradition of the annual meeting of the Radiological Society of North America, we have assembled a group of five experts and provided each with two interesting unknown cases for review and discussion. The radiologists represent the major subspecialty areas of pediatric, thoracic, neurologic, abdominal, and musculoskeletal imaging. The unknown cases were chosen from recent clinical cases seen at the Mount Sinai Medical Center and were kindly provided, analyzed, and assembled by some of the Sinai faculty: Karen I. Norton, David S. Mendelson, Bradley N. Delman, Robert S. Shapiro, and Thomas P. Naidich. This session has traditionally provided an opportunity for the audience to test its diagnostic acumen in a light-hearted atmosphere conducive to relaxed learning. The panelists were chosen not only for their exceptional knowledge but also because they are "good sports," willing to expose their analytic skills to a "standing room only" crowd of radiologists in the Arie Crown Theater at McCormick Place, Chicago, and thousands more who will view the session via teleconferencing or RSNA Link. These cases will further demonstrate the pivotal diagnostic, pathophysiologic, and treatment planning roles played by radiologists on a daily basis in their clinical practices. The 2004 Image Interpretation Session is dedicated to all practicing radiologists and salutes them for the superb job they do interpreting unknown studies every day.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)1523-1534
Number of pages12
Issue number5
StatePublished - 2004


  • Image, interpretation
  • Radiological Society of North America 90th scientific assembly and annual meeting

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Radiology Nuclear Medicine and imaging


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