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Attendance at ECR 2010 rose by 5%

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The overall number of attendees at this year’s European Congress of Radiology was 19,017, representing an increase of nearly 5% compared with the 2009 event, according to congress organizers.

The overall number of attendees at this year’s European Congress of Radiology was 19,017, representing an increase of nearly 5% compared with the 2009 event, according to congress organizers.

There were 11,817 professional and 7200 industry/other delegates at ECR 2010. The country breakdown for professional delegates is given below. Of the 1036 radiographers who attended, 165 came from Denmark and 117 came from Norway.

By comparison, a total of 18,200 participants were at ECR 2009.

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