By staff writers
October 16, 2015

RSNA will conclude its yearlong centennial celebration at its upcoming 101st annual meeting and scientific assembly in Chicago with an exhibit about radiology's future.

The exhibit will combine information about the organization's contributions to the field with the latest developments in radiologic science and technology. It will feature milestone moments in RSNA's history, future possibilities for the field, and a collection of artistically rendered medical images, as well as displays about brain research, artificial intelligence, optical imaging, virtual reality, and 3D printing.

The exhibit will be sponsored by healthcare information systems firm McKesson, RSNA said.

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