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Renovascular imaging revisited: techniques and applications

This article evaluates various imaging techniques such as Doppler ultrasound and CT and MR angiography in relation to renal sympathetic denervation (RDN), a promising technique for the treatment of resistant hypertension, usually performed via an endovascular approach.

Key Points:
  • To understand the role of imaging in renal denervation.
  • To understand strengths and weaknesses of current imaging techniques.
  • To understand the relevant imaging findings in the context of renal ...
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Anomalous coronary arteries: when do they pose a danger?

This study assesses the relationship between major adverse cardiac events (MACE) and anatomical criteria using coronary computed tomography angiography (CCTA) in patients with anomalous coronary arteries with an interarterial course.

Key Points:
  • Anomalous coronary origin may lead to adverse cardiac events in young people.
  • CT angiography provides high-resolution images of the anomalous coronary artery connection.
  • Specific CT-derived anatomical criteria are associated with major ...
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Impact Factor of European Radiology for 2014: 4.014!

The journal's Impact Factor is once again above 4, and has reached 4.014 in 2014!
 
It is ranked number 14 out of 125 journals in the section 'radiology, nuclear medicine and molecular imaging', and is again the No. 1 general radiological journal in Europe.

For more information about the Impact Factor click here.

We would like to thank all our reviewers and editors for their hard work! It is a team effort, and we are very proud to remain one of the best ...
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Congratulations to Adrian K. Dixon!

We would like to congratulate our former Editor-in-Chief, Prof. Adrian K. Dixon, who was presented with honorary membership of the Deutsche Röntgengesellschaft e.V. (German Radiological Society) at their annual meeting in Hamburg!
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