Journal Impact Factor 1.3*; 3.47* (5 Year Impact Factor)
Journal of Imaging in Medicine publishes fundamental and translational research and applications focused on medical imaging, which seeks to reveal internal structures hidden by the skin and bones and also yields physical and biomedical advancements in the early detection, diagnostics, and therapy of disease. It includes image formation, image processing, image analysis, image interpretation and understanding, computer graphics and visualization, and inverse problems in imaging; leading to applications to diverse areas in science, medicine, engineering, and other fields.
Imaging in Medicine is committed to the dissemination of knowledge through the publication of scholarly research, primarily in the fields of radiation therapy, radiological technology, magnetic resonance imaging and nuclear medicine. Research papers that innovate both in the fundamentals and in the applications are especially welcome. Journal of Imaging in Medicine focuses on conceptually new ideas, methods, as applied to all aspects of imaging sciences.
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Case Report p. 1-4
Author(s): Mudge CS, Mack JW & Voss SD
A 13 year old boy with history of phosphaturic mesenchymal tumor of the proximal tibia, resected two years previously, developed biochemical evidence of recurrence. Radiographs and MRI of th..
Case Report p. 5-8
Author(s): Ruslan Asadov, Taha Yusuf Kuzan, Rabia Ergelen, Tolga Demirbas, Davut Tuney
A parastomal hernia is an incisional hernia related to an abdominal wall stoma. Parastomal hernia occurs frequently after the formation of a colostomy or ileostomy and it is the most common ..
Commentary p. 9-10
Author(s): Puneeth Shridhar*, Gustav Eles, David Lasorda, Young Jae Chun
Renal artery stenosis is a major cause of secondary hypertension. Bilateral non-atherosclerotic non-dysplastic renal artery stenosis can be seen following compression of the renal arteries b..
Short Communication p. 11-12
Author(s): Zachary Nuffer