Siemens at RSNA 2014

Answers for life.

RSNA 2014 – 100th Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting
McCormick Place
November 30th – December 5th, 2014 Chicago, Illinois, USA
Siemens Main Booth #1934, South Building, Hall A

Discover how Siemens answers can help you to increase the quality of care while reducing costs. Siemens Healthcare innovations put equal emphasis on developing solutions that help improve patient outcome and reduce cost, resulting in better and more affordable care. We look forward seeing you at RSNA 2014 in Chicago. Answers for life.


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An Essential Trend in the Future of Surgery

Minimally-Invasive Procedures as the Future of Surgery

Despite an almost 30-year history in China, minimally-invasive interventional radiology is still underused in the country's eastern province of Henan. Professor Han Xinwei, MD, believes the majority of diseases should be diagnosed and treated using such technologies: A major trend for the future of Chinese surgery.

A Drive for Prostate Cancer Research

Detecting metastatic disease

Early detection of metastatic disease from prostate cancer in the lymph nodes can save lives. Stephen M. Bravo, MD, and his team at Sand Lake Imaging, USA, hopes to help cure prostate cancer – or at least take it from an acute and life-threatening condition to a chronic, but manageable disease.

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