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UCSF Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging is thrilled to, once again, have a strong presence at the Radiology Society of North America’s 102nd Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting! RSNA 2016, running from November 27th through December 2nd in Chicago, will feature a number of scientific papers, posters and research topics from UCSF radiologists. Learn about a few of the lectures, refresher courses and educational exhibits.

In celebration of our unique downtown neighborhood, 1725 Montgomery Street, we are offering visitors a box of artisan chocolate from a Ferry Building chocolatier during the holidays.

New pediatric imaging suites – complete with colorful murals, music and sound effects, and moving images projected on the inside of the machine – are helping to ease the “scanxiety” that may come with undergoing medical imaging exams.

New research co-authored by UCSF Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging’s Christine Glastonbury, MD, demonstrates the value of adopting multi-disciplinary teams that include radiologists and other medical specialists.

When Guy McCarty’s vision began to deteriorate and his eye movement became restricted, he relied on the team at the San Francisco VA Medical Center. They diagnosed the problem as carotid cavernous fistula, or CCF, and helped to restore his vision. Here is Guy’s story.

From oncology to cardiology, Alzheimer’s disease to stroke, imaging faculty have an impact on nearly all the conditions that have research or clinical relevance to the UCSF campus.

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