Dentomaxillofacial Radiology (DMFR) is the journal of the International Association of Dentomaxillofacial Radiology (IADMFR) and covers the closely related fields of oral radiology and head and neck imaging. Established in 1972, DMFR is a key resource keeping dentists, radiologists and clinicians and scientists with an interest in Head and Neck imaging abreast of important research and developments in oral and maxillofacial radiology. The DMFR editorial board features a panel of international experts including Editor-in-Chief Professor Ralf Schulze.
Radiology, Nuclear Medicine & Imaging
The Canadian Association of Radiologists Journal is a peer-reviewed, Medline-indexed publication that presents a broad scientific review of radiology in Canada.
BJR is the international research journal of the British Institute of Radiology and is the oldest scientific journal in the field of radiology and related sciences. Dating back to 1896, BJR’s history is radiology’s history, and the journal has featured some landmark papers such as the first description of CT "Computerized transverse axial tomography" by Godfrey Hounsfield in 1973. A valuable historical resource, the complete BJR archive has been digitized from 1896.
Acta Radiologica publishes fully peer reviewed articles from all parts of the world and covers all aspects of radiology, from clinical radiology to experimental work. Published by the societies of medical radiology in Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden, it is known for articles based on experimental work and contrast media research, giving priority to scientific original papers. The distinguished international editorial board also invite review articles, short communications and technical and instrumental notes.
Seminars in Ultrasound, CT and MRI is directed to all physicians involved in the performance and interpretation of ultrasound, computed tomography, and magnetic resonance imaging procedures. It is a timely source for the publication of new concepts and research findings directly applicable to day-to-day clinical practice. The articles describe the performance of various procedures together with the authors' approach to problems of interpretation. Each issue is devoted to one topic and all papers are by invitation only.
Seminars in Roentgenology is designed primarily for the practicing radiologist and for the resident. Each quarterly issue compiled by a leading guest editor covers a single topic of current importance. The clinical, pathological, and roentgenologic aspects are emphasized, while research and techniques are discussed insofar as they provide documentation and clarification of the subject under discussion. This Seminars series is of interest to radiologists, sonographers, and radiologic technicians.
Seminars in Musculoskeletal Radiology is a review journal that is devoted to musculoskeletal and associated imaging techniques. Topical issues encompass a broad spectrum of radiological imaging including body MRI imaging, cross sectional radiology, ultrasound, and biomechanics. The journal also covers advanced imaging techniques of metabolic bone disease and other areas like the foot and ankle, wrist, spine, and other extremities. This journal content is suitable for both the practicing radiologist as well as residents in training.
Seminars in Interventional Radiology is a review journal that publishes topic-specific issues in the field of radiology and related sub-specialties. The journal provides comprehensive coverage of areas such as cardio-vascular imaging, oncologic interventional radiology, abdominal interventional radiology, ultrasound, MRI imaging, sonography, pediatric radiology, musculoskeletal radiology, metallic stents, renal intervention, angiography, neuro interventions, and CT fluoroscopy along with other areas.
Physica Medica, European Journal of Medical Physics, publishing with Elsevier from 2007, provides an international forum for research and reviews.
?Nuclear Medicine Communications, the official journal of the British Nuclear Medicine Society, is a rapid communications journal covering nuclear medicine and molecular imaging with radionuclides, and the basic supporting sciences.