March 30, 2019

What were the top five trends at the ECR 2019 conference in Vienna? Artificial intelligence (AI) was a big deal, but AI was overshadowed by the rising importance of women in top leadership positions in radiology -- indicating that medical imaging's glass ceiling is starting to crack. Find out what other trends were hot in this video slideshow.

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Top 5 trends at ECR 2019.

Top 5 trends from ECR 2019 in Vienna
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