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ECR 2016 in Vienna – Structured Reporting awakens

The ECR 2016 in Vienna achieved a new record in number of participants: 25.998 people visited the congress. Mint Medical also realized a personal best in visitors at our booth and participants in our lunch symposium that is, of course, directly related to the fact that Structured Reporting is becoming more and more a hot topic in radiology.

“There are no two ways about the increasing importance of structured reporting”, agreed the experts at our lunch symposium. Prof. Andrea Rockall highlighted the challenges radiologists face especially in oncological imaging and set the frame for the presentations of Dr. Müller-Hübenthal and Dr. Daniele Regge focussing on implementation in clinical routine and usage in clinical research. Both used exemplary cases to show the benefits of mint Lesion.

We very much enjoyed the direct contact to the radiologists to improve our understanding of the changing demands in the market and we look forward meet you again at the upcoming fairs and congresses:

  • ECIO – European Conference on Interventional Oncology | Dublin, IE | April 17 – 20
  • German Radiology Congress | Leipzig, DE | May 4 – 7
  • Swiss Radiology Congress | Davos, CH | May 19 – 21
  • ESGAR | Prague, CZ | June 14 – 17

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