Newsletter - June, 2008  

The new graphical interface has been designed to assist you in your daily practice. If you find the content of MDCT.net of professional use, please tell your colleagues and friends.

MDCT.net News
First coronary images from 320-detector row CT
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Selected literature update: new tools for managing radiation dose
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Italian Society of Medical Radiology: national meeting and press conference
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National survey of diagnostic and neurological radiology structures in Italy
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Stanford's International Symposium on Multidetector-Row CT
The 10th annual International Symposium on Multidetector-Row CT, organized by Stanford University's Department of Radiology, was held in Las Vegas, on 13-16 May 2008. As in previous years, the meeting was extremely successful with a large participation of radiologists from North America but few from Asia or Europe. The meeting was attended by approximately 1800 delegates who packed the room throughout the course. [...]
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Dear Friends of MDCT.net,

With the publication of this newsletter, MDCT.net announces the unveiling of its revised graphical interface. We would like to use this opportunity to thank you for your interest and continued attention to our site.

The updated graphics aims to improve navigation within the same high-quality content on the latest issues in multidetector CT. The main sections of MDCT.net remain the clinical cases - prepared by the scientific board and presented in quiz format, scanning protocols, e-lectures and selected literature database, while sections such as "Hot Topics" and "Updates in Technology" continue to provide relevant and innovative commentary on multidetector CT and related topics.

Novel features of the new interface include the subdivision of literature citations according to date of publication for better visual clarity. In addition, clinical cases will be indexed not only by the relevant body area but also by final diagnosis. These features will help users search for archived examples that match actual cases encountered in practice regarding suspected diagnoses.

We hope that the revised graphical interface and the new archiving system for literature and clinical cases will ease your search for information within the website.

Your MDCT.net Team

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