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Evaluation of the CIR Assembly Chicago 2014

Dr. Sergio Lucino evaluates this event which was held in the framework of the RSNA 2014 Congress, and that took place in the city of Chicago, Illinois, United States.

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From 4 to 6 June. 2nd Update Course of the CIR

With an exciting scientific program, the main topics of the specialty will be developed with emphasis on abdomen, neuroradiology, osteoarticular, breast and ultrasound.

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CIR Spanish Session

On Saturday, November 29th, in the Mc Cormick Place, the fourth edition of the "CIR Spanish Session" was held with the title "New horizons in Diagnostic Imaging.” The authorities of the table were doctors Gloria Soto, Dante Casale, Paul Ross and Miguel Stoppen.

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Interesting cases on Facebook

Periodically, we will publish cases of clinical-radiological interest with images and videos in the CIR0s Facebook page. You can participate by adding your diagnoses and observations as comments in each of the cases. This closes with the final diagnosis, a summary of the findings and recommended reading to expand the content.

See case 2014 #2 close: Von Meyenburg complexes

RSNA celebrated its 100th anniversary

More than 4,000 educational proposals and 700 commercial exhibitors were part of this important celebration. At the ceremony, the chairman of this institution, Doctor N. Reed Dunnick, delivered the opening Conference "Reflect on the Past, Prepare for the Future". Below is a summary of his speech.

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Visiting Professor Program: 2014 report and perspectives for 2015

Doctor Miguel Angel Pinochet reported on the five programs developed this year, which included seven professors.

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SIRCAI: Recertification 2014

At the Chicago Assembly, the second group of professionals recertified by the SIRCAI-CIR was presented. The diplomas were handed over by the doctors Rodrigo Restrepo and Dante Casale to the Presidents of the FAARDIT and the ACR, who represented the 58 professionals from Argentina and Colombia.

Dr. Restrepo stressed the creation of digital tools which will favor the implementation of recertification programs among the countries members of the CIR.

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ELAR Scholarships 2014 and proposals for 2015

The ELAR Scholarships training program is one of the CIR products with greater impact since it allows to finance the stay of young radiology specialists in centers that are prestigious in certain subjects, during a three-month period, which constitutes a privileged chance of learning.

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RSNA: Membership

Membership includes online subscriptions to Radiology and RadioGraphics, the most essential journals in the field; complimentary advance registration to RSNA 2015, the world’s premier annual event in medical imaging, and other benefits.

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New books of the Advances series: Imaging Diagnostics

The Inter-American College of Radiology published the texts
"Non-traumatic acute Abdomen" and "Pediatric emergency"

The History Corner

Doctor Isadore Meschan

Doctor Isadore Meschan was an American radiologist (Cleveland, Ohio 1914 - Winston - Salem, North Carolina 2003), considered as one of the "living legends of Radiology" by the American College of Radiology, author of two books that constituted milestones in their time and were widely used by medical students and residents of the specialty: "An Atlas of Anatomy Basic to Radiology" and "Roentgen Signs in Diagnostic Imaging " published in 1975 and 1976, respectively.

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October: Virtual Magazine on Radiology

The latest issue of the Virtual Magazine of Radiology is now available on the web site of the CIR. We invite you to check out this new publication that includes the best articles published by radiological magazines from different countries of the region.

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GO RAD is a new program developed by the international society of Radiology in global scope. GO RAD is a new global outreach program developed by the International Society of Radiology. Its purpose is to achieve advanced radiology education throughout a global radiology community by adding current and practical radiology literature with content that is targeted and addressed to the developing nations and populations with scarce resources.

We hope that you make the most of this program in order to improve everybody’s health and well-being.

Doctor Eric Stern
Editor-in-Chief, GO RAD

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