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New web site: 2nd Update Course CIR 2015

Here you’ll find information on the details of this event that will take place from 6 to 8 June this year. The scientific program aims to meet the needs of residents, general radiologists and sub specialists, and focuses on four major areas of Radiology: Body CT, neuroradiology, musculoskeletal and breast images.

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Become a friend of CIR on Facebook

News, events and activities promoted by CIR are published here; in addition you can share our posts and commenting on them.

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Learning more about Sochradi

In this section we will publish articles related to different societies member of CIR. On this occasion, the president of the Chilean Society of Radiology (Sochradi), Doctor Pablo Soffia, analyses the past year and speaks of the objectives for 2015 like creating an on line educational platform and establishing a documentation center with guidelines and recommendations for radiologists.

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1st Virtual Course on Vascular and Interventional Radiology... Beyond the needle

From the Department of Virtual Radiology we would like to congratulate our user community and convey our satisfaction since a new virtual course has been completed: "1st Virtual Course on Vascular and Interventional Radiology... Beyond the needle", coordinated by Doctor Teresa Moreno in an exceptional way.

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Interesting cases on Facebook - Closure case 2014 #3

Periodically, we publish cases of clinical and radiological interest in CIR’s Facebook page with images and videos. 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.

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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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New books of the Advances series: Imaging Diagnostics

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


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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Visiting Professor Program: 2014 report and perspectives for 2015

Dr. Miguel Angel Pinochet reported on the programs developed this past year and those seven to be developed throughout 2015.

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The History Corner

José Bonmatí Bonmatí

José Bonmatí (Hondon de las Nieves, Alicante 1921 - Madrid 2012) is one of the leading representatives of the Spanish modern Radiology and was one of this country's first radiologists to develop his career in the United States.

He graduated in Medicine at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid in 1945, and finished his PhD with a thesis on pneumonia and pulmonary lobar anatomy.

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We invite you to learn about courtesy international registration scholarships for 2015. These are offered by those societies hosting the events sponsored by the Inter-American College of Radiology.

They are aimed for members of CIR that belong to other countries and do not have their residence in the country where the event takes place. Requests can be made to the Administrative Office of the CIR: cir.admin@servimed.com.mx

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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.

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Editor-in-Chief, GO RAD

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