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European Radiology is a journal indexed in SJR in Medicine (miscellaneous) and Radiology, Nuclear Medicine and Imaging with an H index of 149. It has a price of 3060 €. It has an SJR impact factor of 1,606 and it has a best quartile of Q1. It is published in English. It has an SJR impact factor of 1,606.

European Radiology focuses its scope in these topics and keywords: lung, mr, liver, imaging, delayed, thymoma, mri, tumours, pulmonary, clinical, ...

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Languages: English

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lung, mr, liver, imaging, delayed, thymoma, mri, tumours, pulmonary, clinical, healthy, angle, image, phase, cancer, normal, predictor, contrast, diagnosis, diagnostic, diffusion, enhancement, function, metastases, patients, performance,

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1H chemical shift imaging characterization of human brain tumor and edema

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Alterations in diffusion and perfusion in the pathogenesis of peritumoral brain edema in meningiomas

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Anterior axial ultrasound in monitoring infants with Pavlik harness

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Aspergillus infection of the respiratory tract after lung transplantation: chest radiographic and CT findings

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Assessment of lung ventilation by MR imaging: current status and future perspectives

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Assessment of vascular invasion in pancreatic head cancer with multislice spiral CT: value of multiplanar reconstructions

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Blunt abdominal trauma in adults: role of CT in the diagnosis and management of visceral injuries

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Bronchiolitis obliterans organising pneumonia simulating bronchial carcinoma

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Caveats when interpreting intravenous urograms following ileal orthotopic bladder substitution

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Cerebral venous sinus thrombosis

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Chronic intestinal pseudo-obstruction in adult patients: multidetector row helical CT features

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Clopidogrel plus long-term aspirin after femoro-popliteal stenting. The CLAFS project: 1- and 2-year results

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Colonic surveillance by CT colonography using axial images only

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Comments on Diederich et al.: Low-dose CT: new tool for screening lung cancer

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Comparative appearances of non-tuberculous mycobacteria species: a CT study

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Comparing dual energy CT and subtraction CT on a phantom: which one provides the best contrast in iodine maps for sub-centimetre details?

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Comparison of radiographic and sonographic urethrography for assessing urethral strictures

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Comparison of whole-body MRI with automatic moving table technique and bone scintigraphy for screening for bone metastases in patients with breast cancer

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Correlation between HRCT findings, pulmonary function tests and bronchoalveolar lavage cytology in interstitial lung disease associated with rheumatoid arthritis

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Cost comparison analysis of low-field (0.23'T) MRI- and CT-guided bone biopsies

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Detection of ileocecal Crohn?s disease using ultrasound as the primary imaging modality

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Dose reduction in skeletal and chest radiography using a large-area flat-panel detector based on amorphous silicon and thallium-doped cesium iodide: technical background, basic image quality parameters, and review of the literature

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Editorial comment: cone-beam and phase contrast CT: new horizons in breast imaging?

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Evaluation of Gd-enhancement in brain MR of multiple sclerosis: image subtraction with and without magnetization transfer

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