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Board of Directors 2014-2016

The Inter-American College of Radiology appointed its new Board of Directors during the 27th Inter-American Congress of Radiology, held from August 15 to August 17 in Cartagena de Indias, Colombia.

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Doctor Dante Rafael Casale to CIR members

The new president of the Inter American College of Radiology sets this new period’s challenges and the importance of facing them together.

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Doctor Rodrigo Restrepo received the Gold Medal of the CIR

The radiologist describes this acknowledgment as "a great act of generosity" towards him and feels happy that he can contribute to the development of radiology towards a better health care service.

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Awarded works in the CIR Congress 2014

In the framework of the 27th Inter-American Congress of Radiology, 298 research works were submitted in seven categories. They were presented in oral, digital and printed form. The evaluation of these scientific papers was in charge of more than 25 international judges, experts in each area of specialty. Following is the detail of this year’s winners.

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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".

RSNA News: RSNA’s 100th Anniversary

Celebrate RSNA’s 100th Anniversary
Top 5 ways to celebrate RSNA’s 100th anniversary:

1. Register for the historic 100th meeting in Chicago RSNA.org/Register.

2. Submit your best images to the Image Contest at RSNA.org/Centennial.

3. Sign up to attend CIR@RSNA 2014 on Saturday, November 29 RSNA.org/Register.

4. Buy your ticket for the special party congress, "Social Sip & Savor" with live music, food and drinks RSNA.org/Register.

5. Share your favorite RSNA memory at RSNA.org/Centennial.

On line International Publications


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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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The History Corner

Hermann Rieder

Internist and radiologist (Rosenheim, Bavaria, December 3, 1858 - Munich, 27 October 1932), he is considered one of the founders of gastrointestinal radiology and was one of the pioneers in the use of contrast media, the famous Rieder’s meal, in the study of the digestive tract through x-rays.

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