RSNA 2013 to highlight French oncology research

By staff writers
June 4, 2013

A special France Presents session focused on oncologic imaging and techniques will be held at this year's RSNA 2013 meeting in Chicago.

The scientific session will include topics such as whole-body diffusion in hematology malignancies, molecular imaging for biopsy guidance, intra-arterial therapy for liver malignancies, and the radiologist's role as part of a multidisciplinary team treating colorectal liver metastases, according to the RSNA.

More information can be found at the RSNA website.

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