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Monday, March 31, 2014
Society of Thoracic Radiology Award Winners
Congratulations to award winners at the 2014 Society of Thoracic Radiology Annual meeting!

Oral Presentation Winners

Jack Westcott
Cardiac Risk Classification is Modestly Affected by Coronary Calcium Scoring on Different State-of- the-art CT Scanners Martin J. Willemink, MD et al.

Best Oral Presentation by a Junior Faculty
A Multicenter Evaluation of Observer Agreement for HRCT Patterns of Fibrosis in Age Stratified Subgroups and its Relevance to Survival Prediction Simon L.F. Walsh, MD, PhD et al.

Poster Presentation Winners

Cum Laude

Diagnosis and Management of Non-ischemic Heart Disease: Role of Non-invasive Imaging Modalities Ayman Gaballah, MD, FRCR et al.

An Update on the Idiopathic Interstitial Pneumonias Stephen Hobbs, MD et al.

Pitfalls in the Interpretation of PET/CT Findings in the Chest Brett W. Carter, MD et al.

The How To of Lung Cancer Screening Florian Fintelmann, MD, FRCPC et al.

Certificate of Merit

Radiation Risks Associated with Lung Cancer Screening: Real or Myth? David Brandel, MD et al.

Imaging of Cardiac Devices: A Pictorial Review Aimee Carswell, MD et al.

Newer Embolization Agents for Pulmonary Arteriovenous Malformations Rajeev Suri, MD et al.

Surgical Concepts in Diffuse Pleural Malignancies: What the Radiologist Needs to Know Patricia de Groot, MD, et al.

Panorama of Primary Thoracic Sarcomas: Radiological Spectrum with Emphasis on Cross Sectional Imaging Rashmi Katre, MD et al.

Pulmonary Arteries Great and Small: Imaging Approach to the Differential Diagnosis

Brett W. Carter, MD et al.

Case of the Day Winner:

Prachi Agarwal
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Current events in cardiopulmonary radiology, updates about the journal?s web site features, and links to other web sites of interest to cardiopulmonary radiologists.