Radiology

Radiology is a monthly, peer reviewed, medical journal, owned and published by the Radiological Society of North America. The editor is Herbert Y. Kressel (Harvard Medical School). The focus of Radiology is research, and other investigations in clinical radiology, and related disciplines. Publishing formats are original research articles (3000 words), technical developments (2000), invited perspectives (2500) review articles (6500), special report, invited editorial, invited controversies, diagnoses with brief description of the case, solicited science to practice (commentary on a novel basic science investigation or technical development), letter to the editor, and book review. According to the Journal Citation Reports, Radiology has a 2009 impact factor of 6.341. In addition, the journal is indexed in the following databases:

Impact factor
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Radiology & Imaging

Obesity linked with differences in form and structure of the brain

Researchers using sophisticated MRI technology have found that higher levels of body fat are associated with differences in the brain's form and structure, including smaller volumes of gray matter, according to a study published ...

Neuroscience

Substance abuse reduces brain volume in women but not men

Stimulant drug abuse has long-term effects on brain volume in women, according to a new study published online in the journal Radiology. Brain structures involved in reward, learning and executive control showed vast changes ...

Cardiology

MRI shows heart ages differently in women than in men

The main pumping chamber of the heart ages differently in men and women, according to a new magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) study published online in the journal Radiology. Researchers said the findings may support different ...

Cardiology

Aneurysms may recur years after endovascular treatment

Endovascular treatment (EVT) of intracranial aneurysm is effective in preventing long-term bleeding, but may be followed by aneurysm recurrences in a significant proportion of cases, according to a new magnetic resonance ...

Cancer

New method for investigating and classifying liver tumours

Adenomas are rare liver tumours, a certain percentage of which can become malignant. Using a new MR (magnetic resonance) technique at MedUni Vienna, it is now possible to classify adenomas without subjecting patients to invasive ...

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