News From The International Society of Radiology

November 2023


The Commission on Radiology Education, chaired by Dr. Geraldine McGinty is seeking a small group of early career volunteers to help with identifying open-access research articles and educational content for our ISR community. Time commitment will be 1-2 hours per month. This is a volunteer position. Please share this with your mentees and ask any interested candidates to email Meg Samples or Dr. Geraldine McGinty for more information.

Member Society Highlight

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RSNA 2023

The 109th Scientific Assembly and annual meeting of RSNA is scheduled for November 26-30. More information can be found here. ISR plans to hold a brief International Assembly on Sunday, Nov. 26 at 8 a.m. CST. An invitation with room information will be sent out in early November.

Open Access Education Articles

Global Variation in Magnetic Resonance Imaging Quality of the Prostate

High variability in prostate MRI quality might reduce accuracy in prostate cancer detection.

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Metastatic Invasive Lobular Carcinoma of the Breast

Invasive lobular carcinoma (ILC), also known as infiltrative lobular carcinoma, is the second most common invasive breast cancer...

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Neurofluids and The Glymphatic System: Anatomy, Physiology, and Imaging

First described in 2012, the glymphatic system is responsible for maintaining homeostasis within the central nervous system, including nutrient delivery, waste clearance, and consistency of the ionic microenvironment.

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The ACR's Patient- and Family-Centered Care Commission (PFCC) is continuing to publish patient-friendly animations to help patients understand specific screening needs. These one minute animated videos draw from the ACR Appropriateness Criteria and are free to everyone to share with their patients and colleagues.

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