The purpose of this session is to share interesting cases of sino-naso-orbital tumors and tumor-like conditions, selected from the AIRP archives, with radiologic-pathologic correlation. While many of these diseases require biopsy for definitive diagnosis, any radiologist who deals with face or neck imaging can benefit from a review of the differential diagnosis for sino-naso-orbital masses and characteristic radiologic features that may help to narrow the differential diagnosis, as well as an opportunity to learn about characteristic histologic features that our pathologist colleagues use to make the final diagnosis. Developed in conjunction with American Institute For Radiologic Pathology.
Describe the legislative issues/challenges and how it impacts radiology.
Articulate the impact these issues/challenges to Members of Congress, congressional staff and to colleagues back home.
Describe necessary role of radiologists in legislative process.