Feature | December 19, 2016

Top Radiology Videos on ITN in 2016

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There were more than 23,600 page views of the video content on the Imaging Technology News (ITN) website in 2016. Here is the list of the top 10 most popular. ITN posted 73 videos in 2016 as part of its expanding video coverage.

1.  RSNA Technology Report 2015: Enterprise Imaging
http://www.itnonline.com/technologyreport/enterprise-imaging

2. What to Look for in PACS Workflow Efficiency — HIMSS 2016
http://www.itnonline.com/videos/what-look-pacs-workflow-efficiency-%E2%8...

3. Editor's Choice of Most Innovative New Technology at RSNA 2015
http://www.itnonline.com/videos/editors-choice-most-innovative-new-techn...

4. Hitachi Highlights 52-second Acquisition Time of Sofia Whole Breast Ultrasound
http://www.itnonline.com/videos/hitachi-highlights-52-second-acquisition...

5. Stereotactic Breast Biopsy Procedures: A Roundtable Discussion With the Cleveland Clinic
https://www.itnonline.com/roundtable/stereotactic-breast-imaging

6. RSNA Technology Report 2015: MRI
http://www.itnonline.com/technologyreport/magnetic-resonance-imaging

7. Key Trends in Medical Physics at AAPM 2016
http://www.itnonline.com/videos/key-trends-medical-physics-aapm-2016/508...

8. The Future of Cardiac CT in the Next Decade
http://www.itnonline.com/videos/future-cardiac-ct-next-decade/5023346634001

9. Ultrasound Trends and New Technology at RSNA 2015
http://www.itnonline.com/videos/ultrasound-trends-and-new-technology-rsn...

10. Breast Density - Highlights of the NCoBC 2016 Conference
http://www.itnonline.com/videos/breast-density-highlights-ncobc-2016-con...

 

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