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Molecular imaging for prostate cancer!

Imaging has become an essential tool for the management of prostate cancer and increased understanding of the biology underlying this disease has led to a continuous evolvement of imaging techniques. This review examines advanced imaging techniques that allow direct visualisation of molecular interactions relevant to prostate cancer and their potential for translation to the clinical setting.

Key Points:

  • Advanced imaging techniques allow direct visualisation of molecular interactions ...
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New joint ESR/ERS white paper on lung cancer screening

The European Society of Radiology (ESR) and the European Respiratory Society (ERS) have simultaneously published a joint white paper on lung cancer screening, advocating the use of low-dose computed tomography to reduce mortality.

Key Points:

  • Lung cancer screening using low dose computed tomography reduces mortality
  • Leading US medical societies recommend large scale screening for high-risk individuals.
  • There are no lung cancer screening recommendations or reimbursed screening ...
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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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