Here are a few of my photos from RSNA:
First, of course, we have the PACSMan, Mike Cannavo, and Dr. Dalai, together at the AuntMinnie.com booth. We were overwhelmed with visitors for our “Meet and Greet” session…at least three or four of our fans showed up, and fortunately none brought rotton vegetables. Maybe the close proximity to the ScImage booth (visible just to my left) drove the rest away.
MissPat, one of our PACS administrators did come by to lend moral support, for which I will be forever grateful.
These are some of my favorite booths. I don’t have enough blog space to show photos of the Siemens and GE displays, which were each something like a city-block in area…well, almost, anyway. Check out the Emageon “Tunnel of PACS Love”.
The Amicas booth was way in the back, and one needed this big green, um, symbol, to help find it.
I liken RSNA to taking a drink from a firehose. There are at least 50 things going on at any one time that you would like to attend. I did make it to a few educational sessions, including one about PET and SPECT brain imaging. Below is a PET scan from a patient with Alzheimer’s Disease, photographed from the back of the lecture hall (obviously). My brain probably looks like this about now:
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