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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.

DNA breaks induced by iodine-containing contrast medium in radiodiagnostics: a problem of tungsten?

Iodine-containing contrast media (ICM) are often used to improve image quality and information content in x-ray-based examinations. There is, hovewer, increasing evidence that the use of ICM during CT sessions is associated with deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) breaks that...
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Evaluation of two collagen conduits and autograft in rabbit sciatic nerve regeneration with quantitative magnetic resonance DTI, electrophysiology, and histology

The authors of this study set out to evaluate two nerve conduit types, Nerbridge™ and NeuraGen®. They also aimed to compare the effectiveness of nerve regeneration between autograft and those two nerve conduits by using DTI, electrodiagnostic testing, limb function,...
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Augmented reality for interventional oncology: proof-of-concept study of a novel high-end guidance system platform

This study was conducted to assess the feasibility of an innovative system that uses augmented reality to guide interventional oncology procedures. By performing experiments on three models, the authors deduced that the augmented reality can assist with needle...
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ESR Journals Family at ECR 2019

ECR 2019 is just a few days away and everything is coming together! We are excited to show what our ESR Journal Family has in store for you!     Make sure you stop by our Publications Lounge on Level 1, where you can relax on a comfortable couch and peruse a...
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Computed tomography image quality of aortic stents in patients with aortic coarctation: a multicentre evaluation

The aim of this study was to evaluate the post-implantation computed tomography (CT) image quality of different types of stents that are used to treat aortic coarctation. By subjectively scoring CT scans for image quality and measuring the amount of stent-induced...
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