We've got four reports from the recently completed Indian Radiological and Imaging Society meeting posted at DiagnosticImaging.com. Headlines and links appear below.
Indian radiologists wrestle with law to prevent imaging-based sex-selective abortions
Diagnostic Imaging Asia Pacific, February 12, 2010
Indian radiology society president highlights gender equality, other goals for the association
Diagnostic Imaging Asia Pacific, February 11, 2010
Indian radiology meeting scores a hit with first-time attendee: ‘a small-scale RSNA’
Diagnostic Imaging Asia Pacific, February 3, 2010
X-ray remains mainstay, but advanced imaging gained ground at IRIA-2010
Diagnostic Imaging Asia Pacific, February 9, 2010
The top item is particularly noteworthy. It takes a look at India's attempt to ban sex-selective abortions and the impact this has had on the Indian radiology community. The topic was raised by the IRIA president in his inaugural address.