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RSNA 2020 wrap-up: Missing the RSNA traditions

December 4, 2020

With RSNA 2020 just concluded, what were the dominant themes at this week's virtual meeting? The editorial team of offers some of their thoughts on what was hot this week -- and what they missed from the traditional RSNA conference -- in this video segment.

Artificial intelligence was once again a major point of emphasis at RSNA 2020, with a particular emphasis on workflow and the use of the technology as a triage tool for patients. The use of breast MRI for screening and the expansion of ultrasound into new applications were also important, as well the use of imaging to both diagnose and track the recovery of COVID-19 patients -- major consideration as the pandemic rages on.

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