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RSNA2003AnnualMeeting 

89th Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting

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Following are RSNA 2003 annual meeeting press releases/announcements listed in reverse chronological order. For more information please contact the RSNA Media Relations team (630-590-7762).

Release Date Title of Press Release
Dec 4, 2003 Brian C. Lentle, M.D., Named President of Radiological Society of North America
Dec 4, 2003 Burton P. Drayer, M.D., Joins RSNA Board of Directors
Dec 4, 2003 Robert R. Hattery, M.D., Named RSNA Chairman of the Board
Dec 4, 2003 David H. Hussey, M.D., Named RSNA President-Elect
Dec 3, 2003 Anorexia May Cause Emphysema, Study Suggests
Dec 3, 2003 Forensic Radiology Makes Virtual Autopsy a Reality
Dec 3, 2003 Outpatient Procedure Shrinks Benign Breast Lumps
Dec 3, 2003 Radiation Treatment an Option for Elderly Prostate Cancer Patients
Dec 2, 2003 fMRI Depicts Multisensory Dysfunction in People with Dyslexia
Dec 2, 2003 Doppler Ultrasound Predicts Risk of Miscarriage
Dec 2, 2003 Faulty Wiring in the Brain May Cause Early-Onset Schizophrenia
Dec 2, 2003 New MR Technique May Allow Earlier Diagnosis of MS
Dec 2, 2003 All Sides Are Not Created Equal as Babies Process Speech
Dec 2, 2003 RSNA Honors Drs. Baum, Bradley and Fraser with Gold Medals
Dec 1, 2003 The Radiological Society of North America Names Honorary Members
Dec 1, 2003 RSNA Announces Honored Lecturers and Topics of Annual Orations
Dec 1, 2003 3-D Virtual Colonoscopy is as Sensitive as Conventional Procedure
Dec 1, 2003 New Standard Proposed for Coronary Artery Calcium Screening
Dec 1, 2003 Annual CT Detects Early-Stage Lung Cancers, Saves Lives
Dec 1, 2003 Female Smokers Twice as Likely as Male Smokers to Develop Lung Cancer
Dec 1, 2003 New Ultrafast MRI Benefits Stroke Patients
Dec 1, 2003 Hip Cartilage is Newest Achilles Heel for Golfers
Dec 1, 2003 Gastric Bypass Surgery Riskiest for Those Who Need It Most
Dec 1, 2003 MRI Shows Back Trouble May Begin Before Puberty