The Journal of Clinical Radiology and Case Reports is a peer-reviewed, open access Journal aims to publish the latest developments in radiology. The bedrock of the Journal is diagnostic imaging, comprising of imaging techniques like medical X-ray imaging, Fluoroscopy, CT scan, PET scan, MRI, DCE-MRI, Ultrasound, Color Doppler Imaging etc. Studies on the development of reagents/tools which improve the imaging procedure such as radiographic contrast agents, is also of special focus.
Also, the Journal of Clinical Radiology and Case Reports also deals with radiation mediated therapies such as radiation oncology and interventional radiology. Radiology subspecialties like Breast imaging, Cardiovascular Radiology, Neuroradiology, Chest Radiology, Emergency Radiology, Gastrointestinal (GI) Radiology, Genitourinary Radiology, Musculoskeletal Radiology, Pediatric Radiology, Head and Neck Radiology etc. are also covered under the scope of the Journal.
In addition to research articles, the Journal also publishes high quality Original Research Studies, Case Studies, Clinical Trials, Case Reports, Editorials, Hypothesis, Methodology, Short Reports, Study Protocols, Clinical Features, Perspectives, Commentaries and Reviews aimed at synthesizing new and improved diagnostic and treatment strategies.
Keeping this in mind Insight Medical Publishing group requests and encourages researchers to submit their brilliantly orchestrated topics or recent developments in the field of Radiology in the form of research and reviews. Added to this open access publishing from Insight Medical Publishing makes one’s article visible and citable all over world immediately.
The journal is using Editorial Manager System for quality peer review process. Review processing is performed by the Editorial Board members of Journal of Clinical Radiology and Case Reports. Authors are invited to provide their valuable contributions to the field.
Doppler ultrasound is a non-invasive test that can be used to estimate the blood flow. It estimates how fast blood flows by measuring the rate of change in its pitch (frequency). Doppler ultrasonography is an invaluable tool in the diagnosis of occlusive vascular disease and is assuming increasing importance in the diagnosis of abdominal, pelvic, and fetal disorders. Doppler ultrasound test checks for injuries to arteries and veins.
Related Journals of Doppler Radiology
IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging, Clinical Imaging, Ultrasonic Imaging, Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Imaging Science Journal.
The branch of radiology that deals with the nervous system. Neuroradiology projects include orbital volumetric analysis of microphthalmia, orbital holography and functional MRI eyelid and orbital structures using special surface coils. It accredited medical subspecialty specializing in minimally invasive image-based technologies and procedures used in diagnosis and treatment of diseases related to head, neck, and spine. Interventional neuroradiology involves diagnosis and treatment of central nervous system or head and neck lesions such as tumours, aneurysms, vascular malformations, or stroke.
Related Journals of Neuroradiology
American Journal of Neuroradiology, Neuroradiology, Journal of Neuroradiology, Interventional Neuroradiology, Neuroradiology Journal.
Paediatric Radiology is a subspecialty of radiology involving the imaging of foetuses, infants, children, adolescents, and young adults. New practices in ultrasound both in paediatric and general imaging is the use of elastography, which involves using sound waves to assess tissue stiffness. This is particularly useful for cancer detection, as tumours are often characterized by harder tissue.
Related journals of Paediatric Radiology
Hong Kong Journal of Paediatrics, Acta Paediatrica, International Journal of Paediatrics, European Journal of Paediatric Neurology, International Journal of Paediatric Dentistry, Paediatric Anaesthesia, Paediatric Respiratory Reviews, Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health, Paediatrics and Child Health.
chest radiograph, colloquially called a chest X-ray, or chest film, is a projection radiograph of the chest used to diagnose conditions affecting the chest, and nearby structures. Chest images should be taken on full inspiration and erect when possible to minimize heart magnification and demonstrate fluid levels. It finds its place in sputum-negative patients not responding to a course of antibiotics. Chest radiographs are used to diagnose many conditions involving the chest wall, including its bones, and also structures contained within the thoracic cavity, lungs, heart, and great vessels.
Related journals of Chest Imaging
Clinics in Chest Medicine, Monaldi Archives for Chest Disease, Japanese Journal of Chest Diseases.
Direct radiography is the latest technique to acquires the images and increase the quality of the image by reducing the materials and time. Digital X-ray specialist has more selections of Digital Radiography solutions including wireless panels, upgrade kits and complete rooms. Direct Radiography increases our patented Digital X-ray system with compliance and profitability. It is designed to help the health care providers and unique advantages.
Related Journals of Direct Radiography
A Sonogram is the image produced during ultrasonography, anything inside the body can be visualize by using diagnostic imaging technique that uses ultrasound. Sonogram is used to diagnose internal injuries such as pelvic bleeding and to locate cancerous cells.It is used to observe the growth of the fetus by the physicians, and to calculate the due date and age, and to see the presence of multiple fetuses.
Related journals of Sonogram
Computed Radiography is a film replacement technology, a flexible phosphor imaging plate(IP) is used to capture digital images rather than conventional photographic film. The imaging plate is exposed to X-rays or gamma radiations and the image is stored in the plate of phosphor layer. The IP is read by the scanner, the focused laser releases the stored images in the form of the visible light photons. The photons which are collected and amplified by the scanner is further converted in to a digital signal and then transferred to the computer for processing and display.
Related Journals of Computed Radiography
Radioimmunoassay(RIA) is a keen vitro assay technique. By using antibodies RIA technique is used to measure the concentrations of antigens. Virtually it can be seen as inverse of radio binding assay, which quantifies an antibody by use of corresponding antigens. Even though the RIA technique is extremely sensitive and specific it may requires the specialized equipment to perform such measurements. Example of radioimmunoassay is RAST test (radio allegro sorbent test), this test is useful to detect the causative allergen foe an allergy.
Related Journals of Radioimmunoassay
Computed tomography (CT) scan is an imaging technique that uses x-rays to form images of cross-sections of the body.
X-rays are a sort of electromagnetic wave, rather like visible radiation. An X-ray machine sends individual x-ray particles through the body. the pictures are recorded on a laptop or film.
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) uses an immense magnet and radio waves to appear at organs and structures within our body. Health care professionals use MRI scans to diagnose a range of conditions, from torn ligaments to tumors. MRIs are terribly helpful for examining the brain and spinal cord. Single MRI images are referred to as slices. the images can be stored on a computer or written on film.
Related Journals: Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Journal of X-Ray Science and Technology, X-Ray Spectrometry, Journal of the American college of Radiology, Journal of Cardiovascular Computed Tomography, Radiology, Journal of Nuclear Medicine Technology
The ultrasound imaging of the head/Cranial uses sound waves to provide images of the brain and cerebrospinal fluid.It is most typically performed on infants, whose skulls havent fully shaped. A transcranial doppler ultrasound evaluates blood flow within the brain’s major arteries. Ultrasound is safe, non-invasive, and doesnt use ionizing radiation.
The spine can be imaged with X-Ray, CT and MRI. X-Ray and CT are often performed initially in trauma patients to evaluate for fracture. MRI is much better at evaluating the soft tissue structures including the spinal cord, nerve roots, ligaments and disks. MRI is the imaging modality of patients with back pain and radiculopathy symptoms.
Related Journals: The Spine Journal, European Spine Journal, Journal of Neurosurgery: Spine, Asian Spine Journal, Journal of Spinal disorders and techniques, Open Spine Journal, Global Spine Journal
The abdominal radiograph (AXR) is performed almost exclusively in the supine position and in the AP (anteroposterior) projection, i.e. the x-ray beam passes through the patient from front to back. Historically the abdominal radiograph was performed in both supine and erect postures, but this practice has been discontinued due to concerns over often excessive radiation dose. The Royal College of Radiologists recommends that when a patient presents with an acute abdomen, a single supine abdominal radiograph is performed. If there is the clinical suspicion of an associated intra-abdominal perforation, then an erect chest radiograph should also be performed.
Related journals of Abdominal Radiograph
World journal of Radiology, Abdominal Imaging, Journal of Diagnostic Radiography and Imaging, Radiography, Radiographics
Mammography is a specific type of breast imaging that uses low-dose x-rays to detect cancer early—before women experience symptoms—when it is most treatable. Mammography plays a central part in the early detection of breast cancers because it can show changes in the breast up to two years before you or your physician can feel them. Some of the mammography techniques include Breast Tomosynthesis, Galactography (Ductography), Magnetic Resonance (MRI), Guided Breast Biopsy, Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)-Breast, Mammography, Scintimammography, Stereotactic Breast Biopsy, Ultrasound - Breast, Ultrasound-Guided Breast Biopsy.
Related journals of Mammography
Breast Journal, Clinical Breast Cancer, Journal of Breast Cancer, Breast Care, Breast Cancer: Targets and Therapy, Current Breast Cancer Reports
Musculoskeletal imaging is a subspecialty of diagnostic radiology which involves ordering and interpreting medical images of bones, joints, associated soft tissues and diagnosing injuries and diseases. The Musculoskeletal Radiology Section provides state of the art imaging of disorders of the bones, joints, and associated soft tissues using a wide variety of modalities, including conventional radiography- Conventional radiography is performed on-site by a team of specialized orthopaedic radiology technologists, Computed tomography (CT) and ultrasonography.
Related Journals of Musculoskeletal Imaging
Journal of Musculoskeletal Pain, Musculoskeletal Care, Journal of Musculoskeletal Research, Musculoskeletal Surgery, International Musculoskeletal Medicine, European Musculoskeletal Review, Journal of Neuromusculoskeletal System.
Gynecologic and Obstetric Imaging refers to the application of medical ultrasonography to the female pelvic organs like uterus, ovaries, Fallopian tubes, bladder, adnexa, and the Pouch of Douglas.
Imaging methods in Gynecology includes
Ultrasonography-Transabdominal and Transvaginal, Computed tomography- Appropriate for detection of ovarian tumors, Magnetic Resonance Imaging- Tumors and endometriosis detected, Conventional Radiology-Calcifications, gas distribution, skeleton, IUD can be detected, Hysterosalpingography-Application of contrast agent into the uterine cavity, Angiography- Rarely indicated method like pathologic vascularization or involvement of pelvic vessels in tumors
Imaging methods in obstetrics
Methods used without radiation exposure. Ultrasonography-Confirmation of pregnancy, recognition of multiple pregnancy, vitality, fetal biometry, Magnetic Resonance Imaging- Detection of congenital disorders and examination of mother.
Related Journals of Gynecologic and Obstetric Imaging
American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Journal of Gynecologic Techniques, Journal of Gynecologic Surgery, Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology, Gynecological Surgery, European Clinics in Obstetrics and Gynecology.
Author(s): Nuran Abdullayev, Volker Maus, Victor Neuhaus, Christoph Kabbasch, Jan Borggrefe and Anastasios Mpotsaris
We describe a 65-year-old patient with Vogt-Koyanagi-Harada (VKH) syndrome and primary malignant melanoma of the trunk presenting with systemic tumor progress and new contrast-enhancing intracranial l ... Read More
Author(s): D’souza M, Rajiah P, Khan A and Irion K
There are many radiological manifestations of lung injury secondary to medication. Many of these pathologies have overlapping patterns on imaging, so classification can be a challenge. The most common ... Read More
Author(s): Farouk Dako, Susan Back and Richard Bellah
Hepatoblastoma is the most common primary hepatic tumor in children. Precocious puberty is a rare paraneoplastic syndrome that can occur in male children with hepatoblastoma as a result of elevated hu ... Read More
Author(s): Pham TT, Chau SM, Ifegwu IO, Wang BY and Wong BJF
Objective: Supernumerary teeth, presenting in excess of normal teeth, are commonly found in the upper incisor area. However, supernumerary teeth appearing in the nasal cavity is rare and has primarily ... Read More
Author(s): Rouse J, Haller CF, Vande Hei AG and Thomas DM
This is a case of idiopathic NA-SCAD (non-atherosclerotic spontaneous coronary artery dissection) occurring in a patient receiving rituximab chemotherapy for stable Stage IV follicular lymphoma. This ... Read More
All Published work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License
Copyright © 2019 All rights reserved. iMedPub LTD Last revised : March 20, 2019