ts will be summarized by Albert E. Moyal of the FDA (email@example.com
). Compared to the last abdomen/spine NEXT survey, conducted in 1995, the 2002 report will feature a reduction in exposure values, an increase in film optical densities, and an improvement in film processing. (Paper Tu-C25A-1, Tuesday, 10 AM)
COVERING THE MEETING
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In early August, the site will link to a Virtual Pressroom with additional information on selected papers. In case you cannot make it to San Diego for the meeting, the email contacts at the top of this release can help you cover the conference from your desk.
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