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RSNA attendance fell at 1997 meeting

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Moving into a new exhibit hall failed to attract more attendees to last year's Radiological Society of North America meeting in Chicago. Attendance at radiology's showcase meeting fell 2% to 60,881 in 1997, according to figures released by the Oak Brook,

Moving into a new exhibit hall failed to attract more attendees to last year's Radiological Society of North America meeting in Chicago. Attendance at radiology's showcase meeting fell 2% to 60,881 in 1997, according to figures released by the Oak Brook, IL society. The RSNA conference had 62,120 attendees in 1996.

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