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A Message from the President

Dear SAR members, colleagues and anyone else who wandered to the site,

The task of creating my first president’s message is a daunting one. When I first joined the SUR in 1997 and attended my first meeting in Santa Fe, New Mexico, we were a much smaller group, with a much smaller focus. I walked the meeting site in awe of the uroradiology greats with whom I shared a lecture, a bite to eat, a casual conversation. I felt welcomed and nurtured. I have been mentored by many of the folks I met at that first meeting—or maybe the second or third I attended (every one since 1997 except 2001). I have had the distinct privilege to watch the SUR grow, its relationship with the SGR grow and finally to marvel at the ultimately easy transition to the society we now are--the SAR—a more inclusive, more broadly focused group with a more realistic vision of the practicing abdominal imager. I am proud to be its third president! ...


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The MESA Study
Research published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology, suggests that an individual’s “degree of visceral adiposity and its change over time, measured by computed tomography (CT), predict risk of developing metabolic syndrome independently of body-mass index (BMI).” 


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