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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.

Optical imaging of the breast: evaluation of deoxyhemoglobin concentration alteration in 166 patients with suspicious breast lesions

This study investigates the performance of optical imaging evaluating deoxyhemoglobin concentration alteration (DeHCA) in breast tissues. The authors concluded that that DeHCA score was significantly higher in malignant than in benign lesions, but its accuracy was...
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3-T MRI implant safety: heat induction with new dual-channel radiofrequency transmission technology

This study aimed to investigate whether different transmission settings of the dual-transmit technology may influence the amount of heat induction around an implant material dependent on its location within the magnetic field. The study results indicated that...
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European Radiology Experimental now on PubMed

The ESR is delighted to inform you that European Radiology Experimental is now fully indexed on PubMed Central and can be viewed here!
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Myocardial tissue characterization by combining late gadolinium enhancement imaging and percent edema mapping

Assessing the extent of ischemic and reperfusion-associated myocardial injuries remains challenging with current magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) techniques. Therefore, the aim of this study was to develop a tissue characterization mapping (TCM) technique by combining...
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Photoacoustic imaging of tumour vascular permeability with indocyanine green in a mouse model

This study analyses the haemodynamics of indocyanine green (ICG) in mouse organs and tumours and evaluated responses to anti-angiogenic agents in an allograft tumour mouse model by photoacoustic imaging. The study results indicate that photoacoustic imaging with ICG...
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