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49th annual state conference of IRIA concludes at Tezpur Medical College

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TEZPUR, Nov 26: The 49th annual state conference of the Assam State Chapter of the Indian Radiological and Imaging Association (IRIA) concluded at Tezpur Medical College and Hospital. The three-day event, with the theme “Imaging of Extreme of Ages,” focused on the unique challenges and opportunities presented by pediatric and geriatric patients.

Hosted by Tezpur Medical College and Hospital, the conference attracted over 200 delegates from across the nation. Various scientific sessions and workshops covered a wide range of topics related to conditions affecting pediatric and geriatric patients. Eminent speakers from India and abroad, such as Dr Jyoti Kumar, Dr Atin Kumar, Dr Devasenathipathy K, Dr Bavaharan Rajalingam, and Dr Arindam Bharadwaz, shared their expertise and experiences.

The inaugural session, chaired by Prof (Dr) Karuna Hazarika, organising chairperson and principal cum chief superintendent of Tezpur Medical College, emphasised the importance of inter-departmental cooperation for managing various diseases. The conference also honoured legendary figures in radiology in Assam, including Prof G. G. Ahmed, Prof M. M. Deka, and Prof T. R. Borborah, with lifetime achievement awards. Senior radiologists from different parts of the state were also felicitated for their service to the field.

The event provided a platform for networking and collaboration among radiologists and other stakeholders in the field. Postgraduate trainees from medical colleges in Assam and neighbouring states actively participated in various conference events. The conference concluded with a valedictory function and a vote of thanks by the organising secretary, Dr Halimuddin Ahmed.

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