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RSNA attendance falls again in 1998

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Despite roomier digs, the RSNA meeting last December garnered fewer attendees for the second year in a row. Participation at the Chicago show fell 3% in 1998 to 59,000. In 1997, the conference boasted 60,881 attendees, according to figures released by

Despite roomier digs, the RSNA meeting last December garnered fewer attendees for the second year in a row. Participation at the Chicago show fell 3% in 1998 to 59,000. In 1997, the conference boasted 60,881 attendees, according to figures released by the Oak Brook, IL, society. The show's exhibit space increased 3%, however, to 422,090 square feet, compared with 409,000 square feet at the 1997 meeting.

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