RSNA 2017 News
November 28, 2017

CHICAGO - One of the most intriguing new technologies in radiology is cinematic rendering, a 3D reconstruction technique that produces amazingly lifelike images from CT and MRI scans. Are cinematic-rendered images just pretty pictures, or do they represent a paradigm shift in how radiologists will do their jobs in the future? Dr. Elliot Fishman of Johns Hopkins University addresses these questions.

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Dr. Elliot Fishman of Johns Hopkins University addresses the questions surrounding cinematic rendering.
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