The authors provide a multiple classifier system (MCS) which combines morphological features and dynamic information for the categorisation of breast lesions on dynamic contrast-enhanced MRI.
Is there a connection between multiple sclerosis and reduced cerebral venous blood drainage? Read more about the results of comparing the size of the jugular foramina in patients with MS and in control subjects.
The starting point of this editorial is the current establishment of quantitative imaging biomarker. The author outlines the transformation of a good imaging technique into a clinically significant imaging biomarker using the example of arterial spin labelling.
The authors of this study pursued two goals: the description of the incidence of anatomic variation of the portal system using direct portography and the estimation of the liver and caudate lobe volume by using contrast-enhanced computed tomography.
Is it possible to label, without altering cell viability, rat bone marrow mesenchymal stromal cells with superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles and perfluorocarbon nanuemulsion formulations?
Comparing MRI characteristics of the no-flow region in reperfused and non-reperfused myocardial infarctions
This article establishes a comparison between the magnetic resonance imaging and histopathologic characteristics of the no-flow region (NF) in reperfused and non-reperfused myocardial infarctions.
Find out in this editorial by Prof. Francesco Sardanelli, Editor-in-Chief of European Radiology Experimental, what this new journal of the European Society of Radiology (ESR) has to offer and which trends it will follow and the aims it pursues.
The ESR is happy to announce that European Radiology EXPERIMENTAL’s content platform has been launched on the SpringerOpen platform. 10 articles submitted to the journal are now available at er-x.org/articles...
Andor Glaudemans is Associate Professor at the University of Groningen at the Department of Nuclear Medicine & Molecular Imaging. What is your special focus/expertise? Nuclear medicine and hybrid imaging (PET/CT, SPECT/CT, PET/MR) with special focus on infectious...
Meet Prof. Siegfried Trattnig, Full Professor of Radiology with Focus on High Field MR, and Director of the MR Center of Excellence at the Medical University of Vienna. What is your special focus/expertise? My special expertise is quantitative MSK imaging, in...
Meet Peter M.A. van Ooijen, Associate Professor at the University of Groningen. What is your special focus/expertise? I’m a computer scientist specialized on Medical Imaging Informatics. In this field I currently focus on large data collections (e.g large...
In March, we’d like to introduce Prof. Luca Sconfienza from Milan, Italy. Prof. Sconfienza is a member of the Interventional section.
Over the course of 2017, we will be presenting our Editorial Board members. First up in February is Dr. Fabio Galbusera, from Milan, Italy.
As promised, here’s another one of our board members with some good advice for authors: Dr. Elisabeth Morris, from the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York.
Over the course of 2017, we will be presenting our Editorial Board members. We asked them to briefly introduce themselves and give their best piece of advice for aspiring authors! First up is Prof. Fabian Kießling from Aachen, Germany.
We spoke to Prof. Francesco Sardanelli from Milan/IT to get his opinion on what the future holds for our new journal, European Radiology Experimental.
Do you know which ESR journal is best suited for your article? We have put together a short overview to help selecting between European Radiology, European Radiology Experimental and Insights into Imaging.