Journal of Radiology and Clinical Imaging


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Journal Scope

Journal of Radiology and Clinical Imaging aims to provide information about current developments on radiology, clinical and medical imaging developments in the form of high quality articles and timely reviews developments in the field. Journal of Radiology and Clinical Imaging focus on the technique and process of creating visual representations of the interior of a body for clinical analysis and medical intervention, as well as visual representation of the function of some organs or tissues. Journal provides an excellent platform for the scientist, researcher, medical practitioners and radiologist to explore their new experiences and finding in the field of Radiology and Imaging.

Journal of Radiology and Clinical Imaging sincerely welcome scholars and experts with relative academic backgrounds to submit publishes all types of articles such as original research, review articles, case reports, short communications, editorials, letter to the editor, etc from the relevant fields of Radiology, Clinical and Medical Imaging. Journal covers the cutting edge and impactful imaging research articles in radiology and medical imaging in order to help improve human health like,

• Echocardiography
• Abdominal Radiology
• Biomedical imaging devices
• Breast Imaging
• Cardiovascular Radiology
• Chest Radiology
• Clinical Radiology
• Clinical use of magnetic resonance imaging
• Colour Reproduction 
• Computed tomography in diagnosis disease
• Consumer Imaging 
• CT angiography
• CT Imaging
• Detectors and Sensors 
• Diagnostic imaging
• Diagnostic Radiology
• Digitisation and Storage 
• Displays 
• Elastography
• Emergency Radiology
• Fluoroscopy Radiology
• Forensic Imaging 
• General Radiology
• Genitourinary Radiology
• High Speed Imaging 
• Holography and 3-D imaging 
• Image Acquisition 
• Image fusion and compression
• Image Processing 
• Image Quality 
• Image Security 
• Imaging: mechanisms, modelling and properties 
• Input/Output Devices 
• Instrumentation 
• Machine Vision 
• Mammography
• Media Life Expectancy 
• Medical Imaging 
• Minimal Invasive surgery
• MRI screening for cancer
• Multispectral Imaging 
• Musculoskeletal Radiology
• Neuroimaging
• Neuroradiology
• Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology
• Positron emission tomography
• Psychometric Scaling Methods 
• Radar and sonar imaging
• Radiography
• Radiology Imaging
• Scintigraphy and SPECT
• Surgical Radiology
• Tele Radiology
• Therapeutic Radiology
• Visible, thermography, infrared Imaging
• Vision and Imaging 

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Journal Classification

Radiology is the science of medicine that utilizes medical imaging to analyze and treat sicknesses inside the body. An assortment of imaging procedures, for example, X-ray radiography, ultrasound, computed tomography (CT), nuclear medicine including positron emission tomography (PET), and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) are utilized to analyze or treat maladies.
Interventional radiology 
Interventional radiology (IR) (vascular and interventional radiology (VIR)) is a specialty which gives negligibly intrusive image guided diagnosis and treatment of illness. In spite of the fact that the scope of methodology performed by interventional radiologists is wide, the unifying idea driving these strategies is the utilization of image direction and negligibly obtrusive procedures to limit hazard to the patient.
Medical imaging 
Medicinal imaging is the procedure of making visual representations of the inside of a body for clinical investigation and medical intercession, and in addition visual representation of the function of a few organs or tissues (physiology). Medical imaging looks to uncover inner structures covered up by the skin and bones, and also to analyze and treat sickness.
CT scan 
A CT scan (computed tomography scan) makes utilization of computer processed mixes of numerous X-ray estimations taken from various points to deliver cross-sectional (tomographic) images (virtual "slices") of explicit fields of a checked item, enabling the client to see inside the object without cutting.
Elastography is a therapeutic imaging methodology that maps the versatile properties and firmness of delicate tissue. The principle thought is that whether the tissue is hard or delicate will give demonstrative data about the presence or status of illness. For instance, malignant tumors will frequently be harder than the encompassing tissue, and infected livers are stiffer than healthy ones.
Magnetic resonance imaging 
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is a medical imaging procedure utilized in radiology to shape images of the life systems and the physiological procedures of the body in both wellbeing and infection. MRI scanners utilize strong magnetic fields, magnetic field inclinations, and radio waves to produce pictures of the organs in the body.
Radiography is an imaging method utilizing X-rays, gamma rays, or comparable radiation to see the inside type of an item. To make the image, a beam of X-rays or other type of electromagnetic radiation is created by a X-beam generator and is projected toward the item.
Holography is the science and routine of making holograms. A hologram is a photographic account of a light field, as opposed to of a picture framed by a lens, and it is utilized to show a completely three-dimensional picture of the holographed subject, which is seen without the guide of extraordinary glasses or other intermediate optics.
Neuroimaging or brain imaging is the utilization of different strategies to directly or indirectly picture the structure, function, or pharmacology of the nervous system. It is a generally new field in medicine, neuroscience, and psychology. Physicians who have expertise in the performance and translation of neuroimaging in the clinical setting are neuroradiologists.
Scintigraphy (Gamma scan) is an analytic test in nuclear medication, where radioisotopes appended to drugs that travel to an explicit organ or tissue (radiopharmaceuticals) are taken inside and the discharged gamma radiation is captured by external detectors (gamma cameras) to frame two-dimensional pictures in a comparable procedure to the capture of x-ray images.
Mammography (mastography) is the procedure of utilizing low-vitality X-rays (around 30 kVp) to examine the human breast for diagnosis and screening. The objective of mammography is the early discovery of breast malignancy, ordinarily through recognition of trademark masses or microcalcifications.
Oral and maxillofacial radiology 
Oral and maxillofacial radiology (dental and maxillofacial radiology) is the branch of dentistry that deals with performance and interpretation of diagnostic imaging utilized for analyzing the craniofacial, dental and nearby structures. OMFR or DMFR is one of nine dental specialties perceived by the American Dental Association, Royal College of Dentists of Canada, and Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons.
Fluoroscopy is an imaging strategy that utilizes X-rays to get real-time moving pictures of the inside of an item. In its essential utilization of medical imaging, a fluoroscope enables a doctor to see the interior structure and capacity of a patient, with the goal that the siphoning activity of the heart or the movement of gulping, for instance, can be viewed.
Positron-emission tomography 
Positron-discharge tomography (PET) is an nuclear medicine functional imaging procedure that is utilized to watch metabolic procedures in the body as a guide to the analysis of malady. The framework identifies sets of gamma beams transmitted by implication by a positron-discharging radionuclide, most usually fluorine-18, which is introduced into the body on a naturally active molecule called a radioactive tracer.

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