RSNA Slideshow 2010

December 6, 2010




A steady stream of taxis waits in front of McCormick Place to accomodate the thousands of conference-goers. (Provided by Ryan Lafferty)

 


RSNA attendees mingle in the Grand Concourse, before heading to different Exhibit Halls. (Provided by Ryan Lafferty)

 


RSNA honors its donors in the Lakeside Center of McCormick Place. (Provided by Ryan Lafferty) (Photo by Ray Whitehouse)

 


Attendees relax between viewing exhibits at the RSNA Plaza in the Lakeside Center. (Provided by Ryan Lafferty)

 


Chicago Police scan the line entering the Arie Crown Theater for President Clinton's Special Address. (Provided by Ryan Lafferty)

 


Founder of the William J. Clinton Foundation, President Clinton strives to help people throughout the world handle to challenges of modern life. (Provided by Ryan Lafferty)

 


A representative of PACS-3D displays his new 3D imaging technology. (Provided by Ryan Lafferty)

 


Conference-goers gather around GE's extensive exhibit. (Provided by Ryan Lafferty)

 


A GE representative demonstrates a new, highly portable ultrasound machine. (Provided by Ryan Lafferty)

 


Siemens unveils a highly interactive imagining system. (Provided by Ryan Lafferty)

 


Representatives from Siemens describe their new Biography mMR, which combines MR and PET. (Provided by Ryan Lafferty)

 


Ziehm's Vision FD offers a fully digital mobile C-arm which provides distortion free imaging. (Provided by Ryan Lafferty)

 


Toshiba exhibits their new Volume Navigation technology. (Provided by Ryan Lafferty)

 


A group of viewers study at a medical case involving musculoskeletal imaging. (Provided by J. Okray)

 


Nearly 65,000 people checked into the RSNA 2010 conference. (Provided by J. Okray)

 


McCormick Place hosted the conference, offering artful architecture and design aspects. (Provided by J. Okray)

 


This tunnel, built over a freeway, connects two of the McCormick buildings used for the event. (Provided by J. Okray)

 


Floor-to-ceiling windows offered attendees stunning views of Chicago as they passed from one building to another. (Provided by J. Okray)

 


Artistic banners and signs accent the sunlit architecture of McCormick Place exhibit areas. (Provided by J. Okray)

 


Hallways were kept bustling with attendees as they roamed from one section of displays to another. (Provided by J. Okray)

 


Color-coded booklets let attendees know where to find exhibits and events related to specific fields in medical practice. (Provided by J. Okray)

 


RSNA lanyards were given to all who attended the conference and specified whether the person was a member, student, exhibitor or other reasons for being there. (Provided by J. Okray)

 


Anna Gobel, 22, a student from Lubeck University in Germany looks up new scientific articles related to her field of study. (Provided by J. Okray)

 


Dr. Claude Manelfe, from Auch, France receives an honorary membership in the Radiological Society of North America for his contributions to the neuroradiology field. (Provided by J. Okray)

 


The man dubbed "the quintessential radiology educator," Dr. Iain W. McCall, from Shrewsbury, United Kingdom receives his honorary membership from RSNA president, Hedvig Hricak. (Provided by J. Okray)

 


For his work in advancing women's imaging in Japan and genitourinary MR imaging research, Dr. Kazuro Sugimura, from Kobe, Japan receives an honorary membership in RSNA. (Provided by J. Okray)

 


Conference attendees travel between South and North halls through the grand concourse Wednesday. (provided by Chris Bentley)

 


Conference attendees travel between South and North halls through the grand concourse Wednesday. (provided by Chris Bentley)

 


Conference attendees travel between South and North halls through the grand concourse Wednesday. (provided by Chris Bentley)

 


Attendees examine Wednesday's "Case of the Day" award winners. Groups of five cases are offered across 14 categories of radiological topics. (provided by Chris Bentley)

 


W.C. Black, MD of Dartmouth Medical School presents the keynote address for Wednesday's session on Health Services, Policy, and Research, entitled "Radiation Risk and Informed Decision Making." (provided by Chris Bentley)

 


Lori Boyd, Director of Policy at College of Medical Radiation Technologists of Ontario, presents on "Imaging through A Cross-cultural Lens: A Global Perspective on Ethics, Standards, and Human Resource Issues." (provided by Chris Bentley)

 


Lori Boyd, Director of Policy at College of Medical Radiation Technologists of Ontario, presents on "Imaging through A Cross-cultural Lens: A Global Perspective on Ethics, Standards, and Human Resource Issues." (provided by Chris Bentley)

 


Conference-goers survey scientific posters on display. (provided by Chris Bentley)

 


Conference-goers survey scientific posters on display. (provided by Chris Bentley)

 


Conference-goers survey scientific posters on display. (provided by Chris Bentley)

 


D. Strauchler, BS, Bronx, NY, presents his research, "The Impact of Socioeconomic Status on Ionizing Radiation Exposure from Medical Imaging" during the morning Health Services, Policy, and Research session. (provided by Chris Bentley)

 


Attendees examine Siemens' new Biograph mMR - a two-in-one MRI and PET scanner. (provided by Chris Bentley)

 


Attendees examine Siemens' new Biograph mMR - a two-in-one MRI and PET scanner. (provided by Chris Bentley)

 


Siemens' display on the exhibition floor. (provided by Chris Bentley)