Aims and Scope
Aim: Journal of Diagnostic Imaging in Therapy publishes original research articles, letters, case reports, perspectives, commentaries, mini-reviews and full-length reviews. In addition to guest-edited issues on all aspects of nuclear medicine, radionuclide therapy, molecular imaging, radiology and radiotherapy including basic research.
Scope: The journal covers the subjects: Accelerators * Brachytherapy * Cancer Therapy * Clinical Trials * Computed Tomography (CT) * Cyclotron Technology * Diagnostic Imaging * Dosimetry * Drug Delivery Systems * Echocardiography * High Intensity Focused Ultrasound (HIFU) * Hybrid Imaging Systems * Image Guided Surgery * Imaging Agents * Isotope Production * Magnetic Resonance Imaging * Magnetic Resonance Guided Focused Ultrasound (MRgFUS) * Mammography * Medical Devices * Medical Health Physics * Medical Isotopes * Medical Sensors * Neuroradiology * Nuclear Cardiology * Nuclear Reactors * Positron Emission Mammography (PEM) * Positron Emission Tomography (PET) * Proton Beam Radiotherapy * Radiation and Detection * Radiation Regulatory Issues * Radiobiology * Radioligands * Radiolabelling * Radiation Protection * Radiation Safety * Radiation Therapy * Radio-Guided Surgery (RGS) * Radioimmunology * Radionuclide Imaging * Radiopharmaceuticals * Radiotherapeutics * Radiography * Radiotherapy physics * Single Photon Emission Computed Tomography (SPECT) Imaging * Scintigraphy * Surgical Methods * Targeted Therapies * Tumour Imaging * Ultrasound (US) Imaging * X-rays.
Readership: Radiologists, Medical Physicists, Radiochemists, Molecular Imaging Scientists, Pharmacologists, Biotechnologists, Medicinal Chemists, Physicians, Nuclear Medicine Specialists and Technologists, Radiopharmacists, Oncologists, Neurologists, Cardiologists and Radiotherapists etc.[/fruitful_tab]
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