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The European Society of Radiology has expanded its journal family: the new journal European Radiology EXPERIMENTAL will provide a forum for basic scientific discoveries, novel approaches and techniques in experimental settings, as an addition to the clinically relevant research published in European Radiology, and to the educational articles in Insights into Imaging.

European Radiology EXPERIMENTAL is an online gold open access journal, all articles are freely available on our publisher’s portal SpringerOpen.

Compressed sensing and parallel MRI for bowel motility imaging

The authors analysed compressed sensing and parallel imaging (CS-PI)-accelerated bowel motility magnetic resonance imaging. They also compared its image and diagnostic quality to conventional sensitivity encoding (SENSE) accelerated scans and found no advantages of...

Predicting event-free survival in children with neuroblastic tumours

The authors of this study examined the potential use of diffusion-weighted imaging for non-invasive prediction of tumour dignity and prognosis in paediatric patients with neuroblastic tumours. Article: Quantitative DWI predicts event-free survival in children with...

Evolution of prostate MRI

Using the available evidence and the evolution of PI-RADS, the authors reviewed the main technical strategies proposed as less-is-better solutions for clinical practice. The study also summarised research results on advanced techniques which represent an alternative...

Osteoplasty on long bone diaphyses undergoing bending stress

This study evaluated the biomechanical properties of osteoplasty alone and in combination with Kirschner wires in a cadaveric human diaphyseal model undergoing 3-point bending stress. Article: Biomechanical effects of osteoplasty with or without Kirschner wire...

In vivo biocompatibility study of coatings applied to flow-diverter stents

The authors investigated proprietary antithrombogenic coatings applied to flow-diverter stents (FDSs). The in vivo experiments showed that HPC-coated p64 FDSs appeared to be biocompatible. Article: In vivo canine study of three different coatings applied to p64...

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