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Thirty years after its foundation in 1991, European Radiology is Europe’s number one scientific journal in clinical radiology. Over the past decade, it substantially grew in volume, quality and readership. In light of today’s publishing world, as well as the...

Impact Factor 2019: 4.101

The European Society of Radiology (ESR) is pleased to announce that European Radiology, the flagship journal of the society, has received an Impact Factor (IF) for 2019 of 4.101. The newly released IF, together with nearly one million downloads and over 3,600...

Radiomics studies: Let’s improve!

As with any emerging field, reporting of radiomics suffers from many methodological inconsistencies. This article provides important recommendations to improve future works, preferably from the very beginning of the experiment. Article: Quality of science and...

A new method for breast imaging?

Optoacoustic imaging is a new modality that combines ultrasound and laser light provides improved insight into molecular characteristics of breast cancer. Article: Optoacoustic imaging of the breast: correlation with histopathology and histopathologic biomarkers...

Liver elastography: MR vs US

Several methods are available to detect and evaluate liver fibrosis non-invasively. This prospective study points out the advantages of MR elastography. Article: Prospective comparison of transient, point shear wave, and magnetic resonance elastography for staging...

Infection of bone and joint prosthetic material: an imaging challenge

Bone and prosthetic joint infection is one of the most feared adverse events. A multidisciplinary group defined a strategy in order to ensure its early management. Article: Diagnosis of peripheral bone and prosthetic joint infections: overview on the consensus...