Brought to you by

Welcome!

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.

Celebrating IDOR 2019 with a special selection of articles from European Radiology Experimental

Diffusion tensor imaging in the musculoskeletal and peripheral nerve systems: from experimental to clinical applications Diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) in the musculoskeletal and peripheral nerve systems has so far mostly been used in experimental settings. This...

Changes in total choline concentration in the breast of healthy fertile young women in relation to menstrual cycle or use of oral contraceptives

The goal of this study was to evaluate changes in total choline absolute concentration in the breast of healthy fertile women in relation to menstrual cycle (MC) or use of oral contraceptives (OC). Article: Changes in total choline concentration in the breast of...

Big data, artificial intelligence, and structured reporting

Applications of artificial intelligence and machine learning in radiology require large amounts of training data. However, finding relevant information is difficult. This review gives a brief overview on how structured reporting can help facilitate research in...

Can we base the contrast dose for abdominal CT on the lean body weight?

The authors report on using the lean body weight for determining the contrast agent dose for abdominal CT, as opposed to using the standard total body weight. Article: Abdominal CT: a radiologist-driven adjustment of the dose of iodinated contrast agent approaches a...

Gadolinium-based contrast agents at 7 T: any impact of on human lymphocytes

The authors investigated the potentially toxic effect of different gadolinium-based contrast agents (GBCAs) in combination with 7-T MRI. By isolating and exposing lymphocytes analogously to iodinated contrast agents in combination with computed tomography, they found...

Affiliated societies: