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The Z0011 Trial: is this the end?

This trial examines whether axillary ultrasound in preoperative staging of breast cancer in patients with ≤2 positive sentinel lymph nodes is still necessary and useful for proper management of the axilla.

Key Points:
  • Axillary ultrasound +/- sampling is an essential technique in preoperative axillary staging.
  • Axillary ultrasound findings correlate with final histological axillary node disease burden.
  • Axillary ultrasound can help triage patients who require axillary lymph ...
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7.0 tesla MRI for ischemic stroke or TIA

This study examines the distribution and natural course of intracranial vessel wall lesions in transient ischemic attack (TIA) or ischemic stroke patients at 7.0 tesla MRI, focussing on the preferential lesion location in the intracranial arterial tree and their potential changes over time.

Key Points:
  • Intracranial vessel wall lesions are present in patients with varying cerebrovascular diseases.
  • Intracranial vessel wall 7.0 T MRI provides information on preferential location and ...
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Dear Editor,

We read with interest the article by Knopf et al. [1] about the diagnostic utility of acoustic radiation force impulse (ARFI) imaging in primary Sjögren’s syndrome. Until now, there were few publications in this field, although evaluating the reliability of ARFI imaging in both healthy individuals and patients with Sjögren’s syndrome is an important step in the validation of this new tool [...]

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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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