American Journal of Radiology

American Journal of Radiology
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American Journal of Radiology
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About This Journal

American Journal of Radiology (AJR) is an open access, peer-reviewed journal that considers articles on all aspects of AJR, the goal of this journal is to provide a platform and global forum for scientists and academicians all over the world to promote, share, and discuss various new issues and developments in different areas of AJR. This journal targets researchers, scientists, and students who seek to advance the knowledge related to its scope.

All submitted manuscripts must be in English and will be processed to a rigorous and fair peer-review. Accepted papers will immediately publish online. The original papers should include but are not limited to the following subject areas of AJR :

  •   Abdominal Imaging
  •   Acquisition of radiological images
  •   Arteriogram
  •   Barium X-Rays
  •   Biomedical imaging analysis
  •   Breast Imaging
  •   Cardiac Imaging
  •   Computed Tomography
  •   Diagnostic Radiology
  •   Drug Development, Delivery, and Evaluation
  •   Fluoroscopy
  •   Hybrid and molecular imaging
  •   Image Quality and Image Perception
  •   Image Science
  •   Interventional Radiology
  •   Intravenous Pyelogram (IVP)
  •   Magnetic Resonance Imaging
  •   Musculoskeletal Imaging
  •   Neuroradiology
  •   Novel image processing systems
  •   Nuclear medicine
  •   Obstetric sonography
  •   Optical Imaging
  •   Pediatric Radiology
  •   Projection (plain) radiography
  •   Radiation Oncology
  •   Radiation Therapy
  •   Radiographic science
  •   Radiologic biology
  •   Radiologist training
  •   Small-Animal Imaging
  •   Teleradiology
  •   Ultrasound

The journal welcomes both applied and basic Research Articles, Reviews, Letters to the Editor, Meeting Reports, Methodology Articles, Short reports, Notes, Study Protocols and advertisements.

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