Aims and Scope

Aim

The Journal of Diagnostic Imaging in Therapy (JDIT) is an international peer-reviewed open access journal publishing original articles on research, letters, communications, reviews, perspectives and case reports. These articles encompass all aspects relating to the application of diagnostic imaging based on radionuclides, X-rays, magnetic resonance, ultrasound and other innovative methods of nuclear medicine.

Scope

The scope of these imaging modalities include: positron emission tomography (PET), single photon emission computed tomography (SPECT), hybrid imaging systems, radioguided surgery (RGS) and positron emission mammography (PEM).

Also included is the application of short and long-lived radioisotopes in research and development of imaging agents and targeted therapies.

In addition, the scope will include magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), computed tomography (CT), ultrasound (US) imaging and planar X-ray (digital, analogue, portable) systems.

Update on transcranial sonography applications in movement disorders

Citation: Godani M, Canavese F, Del Sette M, Walter U. Update on transcranial sonography applications in movement disorders. J  Diagn Imaging Ther. 2014; 1(1): 110-128. CrossRef

 A review of 3D image-based dosimetry, technical considerations and emerging perspectives in 90Y microsphere therapy

Citation: O’ Doherty J. A review of 3D image-based dosimetry, technical considerations and emerging perspectives in 90Y microsphere therapy.  J Diagn Imaging Ther. 2015; 2(2): 1-34. CrossRef