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Prof. Yves Menu appointed new Editor-in-Chief

Prof. Yves Menu appointed new Editor-in-Chief

The European Society of Radiology (ESR) announces Prof. Yves Menu of Hôpital Saint Antoine, Paris, as the new Editor-in-Chief of its scientific journal European Radiology. Menu will take over from Prof. Maximilian F. Reiser, from Munich, who steps down from the...
Detecting MS lesions on 3.0T MRI

Detecting MS lesions on 3.0T MRI

This article pursues tow goals: comparing 2D T1-weighted GRE and SE sequences in the detection of MS lesions and assessing the impact of visual conspicuity and laterality in it.   Key Points: • 2D SE and GRE sequences are useful for detecting active MS lesions. •...
Impact Factor 2016

Impact Factor 2016

It’s our great pleasure to announce that the Impact Factor 2016 of European Radiology is 3.967. European Radiology is now ranked 15 out of 126 journals in the category „radiology, nuclear medicine and medical imaging“. Congratulations to all reviewers, authors and...
ESR’s journal family at a glance

ESR’s journal family at a glance

Do you know which ESR journal is best suited for your article? We have put together a short overview to help in this regard. The newest member of our journal family is European Radiology Experimental, a forum for radiology in the experimental setting in connection...
How high is the risk?

How high is the risk?

This study examines the risk for cirrhosis patients of hypervascular hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) developing from hypovascular hepatic nodules showing positive uptake of gadoxetic acid (hyperintensity) on hepatocyte phase images. Key Points: • Hypervascularization...
Can DECT predict the future?

Can DECT predict the future?

Dual-energy computed tomography (DECT) can be used to differentiate between haemorrhage and blood-brain barrier (BBB) disruption after intraarterial recanalisation (IAR). This study evaluates if DECT can be used to predict future infarction development. Key Points: •...
Ultra-high-field MRI in cervical cancer imaging

Ultra-high-field MRI in cervical cancer imaging

High-resolution T2-weighted cervical cancer imaging on an ultra-high-field 7.0-T magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) system using an endorectal antenna of 4.7-mm thickness was examined to find out how feasible this technique is. Key Points: • High resolution T2-weighted...
Crohn’s disease: MRI texture analysis

Crohn’s disease: MRI texture analysis

The authors investigate if MRI texture analysis (MRTA) of T2-weighted images in Crohn’s disease can provide useful information on histological and MRI disease activity in patients undergoing ileal resection. Key Points: • MR texture analysis features may be associated...
25th Anniversary Session at ECR 2017

25th Anniversary Session at ECR 2017

A European Radiology 25th Anniversary Session took place during ECR 2017 on Friday, March 3. Ten selected speakers presented their most influencial articles from the last quarter century and how they influenced radiological praxis since their publication: Watch the...
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