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Imaging of hip and thigh muscle injury

Imaging of hip and thigh muscle injury

This pictorial review analyses the diagnostic assessment, in particular MRI, of muscle injuries of the hip and thigh. The correct and proper interpretation of the imaging findings is of utmost importance, particularly in elite athletes. Article: Imaging of hip and...

Neuroimaging of thalamic lesions

Neuroimaging of thalamic lesions

The main goal of this review is to offer a comprehensive approach to the thalamus, especially focusing on its anatomy, the main pathologies affecting this structure and their radiological semiology on CT and MRI. Article: Neuroimaging of acute and chronic unilateral...

Multimodality imaging of indolent B cell lymphoma

Multimodality imaging of indolent B cell lymphoma

This pictorial review pursues to familiarize the radiologist with the spectrum of clinical and imaging features of indolent B cell lymphomas, as well as to define the role of imaging in raising concern for transformation and in guiding biopsy for confirmation. To...

IT development in radiology

IT development in radiology

The aim of Digital Imaging Adoption Model (DIAM), a joint project established by the European Society of Radiology and the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society, is to assist imaging institutions in implementing increasingly integrated IT systems and...

ESR Journals Family at ECR 2019

ESR Journals Family at ECR 2019

ECR 2019 is just a few days away and everything is coming together! We are excited to show what our ESR Journal Family has in store for you!     Make sure you stop by our Publications Lounge on Level 1, where you can relax on a comfortable couch and peruse a...

Imaging presentation of pancreatic neuroendocrine neoplasms

Imaging presentation of pancreatic neuroendocrine neoplasms

Evaluation with imaging has an important role in identifying, characterising, and staging Pancreatic neuroendocrine neoplasms (P-NENs). This article shows typical and atypical presentations of NENs, and indicates the underlying pathological correlations. Article:...

ESR Journals Editors’ round table

ESR Journals Editors’ round table

The Editors in Chief of our ESR Journals got together for a very special video shoot last month. Would you like to see more than just this sneak peek and find out what they were up to? Stay tuned for more information to come in the next weeks!   Pictured from...