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ISSN (printed): 0028-3940. ISSN (electronic): 1432-1920.
Official Organ of the European Society of Neuroradiology Organ of the Japanese Neuroradiological Society Neuroradiology is a discipline that covers the medical aspects of interpretation of a great variety of imaging techniques in the neurosciences as well as those aspects of treatment that are covered by the term 'interventional radiology'. Consequently Neuroradiology is a journal in which papers on neuroradiological diagnosis and treatment the application of basic sciences to both and the use of apparatus are all welcomed. Moreover normal neuroanatomy and those aspects of neurophysiology that affect radiology in its widest sense are important to its readers. The editors seek papers that give critical guidance to the choice between techniques as well as those that describe new advances. CT is now of prime importance. Many older methods are still appropriate. Ultrasound positron emission tomography and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) have growing significance. A more obviously didactic role is played by comprehensive review articles invited or offered and published from time to time. Case reports of special interest because of their rarity or practical instructional content are also included as are case notes (one printed page). In the interests of wide international circulation papers should be written in English with a short summary in English. Special features of the journal are the high-quality reproduction of figures and attractively short publication periods.
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