ISCT16 was awesome. If you attended yourselves or have been on any of our social media accounts post-conference, that’s something you’ll know for certain. Our speakers were incredible, the sessions were life-changing, and the wealth of information about everything CT that attendees left with was simply astounding.
That being said, we’re very much aware that not everyone was able to make it to this year’s conference, and we think that’s a shame. We are huge proponents of learning and lovers of CT, and if there’s anything we can do to help share what’s going on in our industry with even just one more person, then we want to do that.
That’s why we came up with a little concept we’d like to call the ISCT Daily. It’s a little bit like how it sounds. Every day (give or take a few on occasion) we’ll be posting a quote from one of our ISCT16 sessions, along with a snapshot of the speaker for that session. It’s our little way of sharing what went down at the conference with those of you who weren’t able to join us, and also a way to keep everyone informed and educated about the latest topics and trends in our industry.
We’re pretty excited about it, and we hope you are too! There’s no question that it’s an exciting time for the world of radiology. The innovations we’ve seen and will continue to see are incredible, and the best thing we can do for ourselves and for our industry is to try to keep up with it all.
So, without further ado, here is the first of many ISCT Daily’s, featuring Dr. Norbert Pelc and his thoughts on the use of iterative reconstruction in CT.