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Welcome to the Medical Radiation Science Subject Guide. 

Key Medical Radiation Science Journals

The following is a list of key journals in Medical Radiation Science.  Some are available with full-text holdings and some available as an index. 

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Key Medical Radiation Science Journals

  • Academic Radiology (Index)
    Academic Radiology publishes original reports of clinical and laboratory investigations in diagnostic imaging, the diagnostic use of radioactive isotopes, computed tomography, positron emission tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, ultrasound, digital subtraction angiography, and related techniques. Brief technical reports describing original observations, techniques, and instrumental developments; state-of-the-art reports on clinical issues, new technology and other topics of current medical importance; book reviews; scientific studies and opinions on radiologic education and letters to the Editor are also included.
  • American Journal of Roentgenology (Full text 1965 - 1 year ago)
    The monthly American Journal of Roentgenology (AJR) is a highly respected peer-reviewed journal. AJR is published by the American Roentgen Ray Society in the United States. The society has been a forum for progress in radiology since shortly after the discovery of the x-ray and is dedicated to the goal of the advancement of medicine through the science of radiology and its allied sciences.
  • British Journal of Radiology (Full text 2009 - 2 years ago)
    BJR is the international research journal of the British Institute of Radiology. BJR is an international, multi-disciplinary journal covering the clinical and technical aspects of medical imaging, radiotherapy, oncology, medical physics, radiobiology and the underpinning sciences. BJR is essential reading for radiologists, medical physicists, radiotherapists, radiographers and radiobiologists.
  • European Journal of Radiology (Full text 1995 - present)
    European Journal of Radiology is an international journal which aims to communicate to its readers, state-of-the-art information on imaging developments in the form of high quality original research articles and timely reviews on current developments in the field. Its audience includes clinicians at all levels of training. Its aim is to inform efficient, appropriate and evidence-based imaging practice.
  • Imaging (Full text 2007 to 1 year ago)
    Imaging is an educational review journal on diagnostic imaging and is an important resource for trainees as well as appealing to a broad spectrum of professionals working in clinical diagnostic imaging.
    Imaging articles feature both in-depth practical reviews on particular clinical problems and pictorial quizzes.
  • Journal of Computer Assisted Tomography (Index only with occasional open access content)
    The mission of Journal of Computer Assisted Tomography is to showcase the latest clinical and research developments in CT, MR, and closely related diagnostic techniques. We encourage submission of both original research and review articles that have immediate or promissory clinical applications. Topics of special interest include: 1) functional MR and CT of the brain and body; 2) advanced/innovative MRI techniques (diffusion, perfusion, rapid scanning); and 3) advanced/innovative CT techniques (perfusion, multi-energy, dose-reduction, and processing).
  • Journal of Digital Imaging (Full text 1997 - to present)  
      
    The Journal of Digital Imaging (JDI) is the official peer-reviewed journal of the Society for Imaging Informatics in Medicine (SIIM). JDI's goal is to enhance the exchange of knowledge encompassed by the general topic of Imaging Informatics in Medicine including, but not limited to, research and practice in clinical, engineering, information technologies and techniques in all medical imaging environments.
  • Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging (Full Text 1999 - present)
    The Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging (JMRI) is an international journal devoted to the timely publication of basic and clinical research, educational and review articles, and other information related to the diagnostic applications of magnetic resonance
  • Journal of Medical Imaging & Radiation Science (Index only with occasional open access content)
    The Journal of Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences (JMIRS) is a cutting edge, peer-reviewed journal that publishes in all fields of diagnostic imaging and radiation therapies. We provide timely, evidence-based information that helps medical radiation technologists advance quality and innovation in patient care.
  • Journal of Medical Radiation Sciences (Open access full text)
    All articles published by JMRS are fully open access: immediately freely available to read, download and share. Journal of Medical Radiation Sciences (JMRS) is an international and multidisciplinary peer-reviewed journal that accepts manuscripts related to medical imaging / diagnostic radiography, radiation therapy, nuclear medicine, medical ultrasound / sonography, and the complementary disciplines of medical physics, radiology, radiation oncology, nursing, psychology and sociology. Manuscripts may take the form of: original articles, review articles, commentary articles, technical evaluations, case series and case studies.
  • RadioGraphics (Full text 1981 to 1 year ago)
    Launched by the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) in 1981, RadioGraphics is one of the premier education journals in diagnostic radiology. Each bimonthly issue features 15–20 practice-focused articles spanning the full spectrum of radiologic subspecialties and addressing topics such as diagnostic imaging techniques, imaging features of a disease or group of diseases, radiologic-pathologic correlation, practice policy and quality initiatives, imaging physics, informatics, and lifelong learning.
  • Radiography (Full text 1995 - present)
    Radiography is the official peer-reviewed journal of the Society and College of Radiographers and the European Federation of Radiographer Societies. It publishes research articles, systematic and narrative reviews, editorials and letters of international relevance that advance knowledge and encourage innovation within radiography.
  • Radiologic Technology (Full text 2008 - present)
    Covers all disciplines and specialties within medical imaging, and features continuing education articles and columns of interest to members of the profession.
  • Medical Image Analysis (Full Text 1996 - present)
    Medical Image Analysis provides a forum for the dissemination of new research results in the field of medical and biological image analysis, with special emphasis on efforts related to the applications of computer vision, virtual reality and robotics to biomedical imaging problems. The journal publishes papers that contribute to the basic science of processing, analysing and utilizing medical and biological images. The journal is interested in approaches that utilize biomedical image datasets at all spatial scales, ranging from molecular/cellular imaging to tissue/organ imaging. While not limited to these alone, the typical biomedical image datasets of interest include those acquired from: Magnetic resonance, Ultrasound, Computed tomography, Nuclear medicine, X-ray, Optical and Confocal Microscopy & Video and range data images
 

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