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The RSNA MIRC site provides access to many public MIRC sites around the world. These sites have opened their servers to the internet, allowing users of the RSNA's site to query them. The RSNA encourages MIRC site administrators who have case collections to share to register their sites with the RSNA. To have a site included in the RSNA's list, the site must be visible on the internet and the administrator must submit information about the site on the form contained on this page:
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The RSNA MIRC site provides access to many public MIRC sites around the world. These sites have opened their servers to the internet, allowing users of the RSNA's site to query them.  
  
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The RSNA encourages MIRC site administrators who wish to share their case collections with the MIRC community to register their sites with the RSNA.
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For a site to be included in the RSNA's list, it must be visible on the internet and the site's administrator must submit information about the site on a special [http://www2.rsna.org:80/mirc/request.cfm form].
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The RSNA staff will then review the application, update the RSNA's list to reference the new site, and test to verify that the link works. No further effort on the part of the site's administrator is required.

Latest revision as of 19:20, 31 July 2009

The RSNA MIRC site provides access to many public MIRC sites around the world. These sites have opened their servers to the internet, allowing users of the RSNA's site to query them.

The RSNA encourages MIRC site administrators who wish to share their case collections with the MIRC community to register their sites with the RSNA.

For a site to be included in the RSNA's list, it must be visible on the internet and the site's administrator must submit information about the site on a special form.

The RSNA staff will then review the application, update the RSNA's list to reference the new site, and test to verify that the link works. No further effort on the part of the site's administrator is required.