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ARRS - SMRI Global Partnership



En reconocimiento de la asociación entre la American Roentgen Ray Society (ARRS) y la Sociedad Mexicana de Radiología e Imagen (SMRI), les hacemos llegar el artículo publicado por la American Journal of Roentgenology (AJR), correspondiente al mes de noviembre 2021, libremente disponible para los miembros de la SMRI por los próximos 90 días:


Comparison of Chest CT Findings of COVID-19, Influenza, and Organizing Pneumonia: A Multireader Study

Editorial Comment: Lung Inflammation Patterns Cut From the Same Cloth

Conventional-Dose CT Versus 2-mSv CT for Right Colonic Diverticulitis as an Alternate Diagnosis of Appendicitis: Secondary Analysis of Large Pragmatic Randomized Trial Data

Editorial Comment: Low-Dose CT Is Comparable to Conventional-Dose CT for Right Colonic Diverticulitis

Yttrium-90 Hepatic Radioembolization for Advanced Chemorefractory Metastatic Colorectal Cancer: Survival Outcomes Based on Right- Versus Left-Sided Primary Tumor Location

Editorial Comment: Primary Tumor Location Is a Significant Prognostic Factor of Survival After 90Y Radioembolization for Metastatic Colorectal Cancer

ARRS 2022 Meeting – New Orleans/Virtual/On Demand – Learn More at ARRS.ORG/MEETING

Si usted no es miembro actual de la ARRS y desea unirse, la solicitud en línea está disponible aquí:


Membresía



Si se encuentra estudiando, por favor inserte en el campo Promotional Code: SMRITRN para recibir solo la cortesía online International In-Training Membership.
Si se encuentra en práctica, por favor inserte en el campo Promotional Code: SMRIMEM para recibir una significativa tarifa reducida solo para International Membership en reconocimiento de la asociación mundial ARRS / SMRI.

NEW AJR Podcasts


The AJR is offering a podcast pilot series focused on musculoskeletal imaging. Below are available episodes. Learn more at:

Podcasts


  • MRI of the Sacroiliac Joint in Healthy Children

  • Naviculocuneiform and Second and Third Tarsometatarsal Articulations: Underappreciated Normal Anatomy and How It May Affect Fluoroscopy-Guided Injections

  • Imaging Quantification of Glenoid Bone Loss in Patients With Glenohumeral Instability

  • Ulnar Collateral Ligament Insertional Injuries in Pediatric Overhead Athletes: Are MRI Findings Predictive of Symptoms or Need for Surgery?

  • The Relevance of Ulnar-Sided Contrast Extravasation During Radiocarpal Joint Wrist Arthrography

  • MR Arthrogram Features That Can Be Used to Distinguish Between True Inferior Glenohumeral Ligament Complex Tears and Iatrogenic Extravasation
  • Factors Predicting Positive Culture in CT-Guided Bone Biopsy Performed for Suspected Osteomyelitis

  • Supraspinatus Myotendinous Junction Injuries: MRI Findings and Prevalence


Cursos en Línea


Diseñados para proporcionarle información en profundidad sobre temas específicos. Los cursos están disponibles para su consulta en su ordenador a su conveniencia.


ARRS Roentgen University for Residents and Fellows
ARRS Roentgen University offers a variety of free, online educational courses to meet the specific needs of residents and fellows preparing for active practice. Please share this resource with your in-training members:
www.arrs.org/RoentgenUniversity

NEW Global Education Course – Tuberculosis: From Head to Toe
Imaging plays a central role in the diagnosis and management of tuberculosis. This online, open access course reviews manifestations of the disease throughout the body from head to toe. ARRS is proud to present this course in collaboration with the Sociedad Mexicana de Radiología e Imagen. Access this course and other global education courses at:

These course and others are available at: www.arrs.org/GlobalEducation

SMRI Members are Invited to Join ARRS
Through this global partnership ARRS is pleased to offer complimentary online membership for radiology residents in a training program and for radiologists in fellowship training. ARRS also offers a significant discount on ARRS online membership for SMRI members in active practice in Mexico.

Please follow the steps below in order to become an ARRS member:

  • 1. Create an account at: http://www.arrs.org/createProfile

  • 2. Once the account has been created:
    • a. Click on Membership
    • b. Click on Join ARRS
    • c. Click on the Join ARRS Online Membership Application Button

  • 3. Input the Promotional Code indicated in the box below based on your ARRS Membership Type.


  • 4. Complete the entire membership form in order to receive the complimentary or reduced online membership fee.

  • 5. Questions may be directed to membership@arrs.org.

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