Current Medical Imaging Reviews – Open Access Articles

Current Medical Imaging Reviews publishes frontier review articles, original research articles, drug clinical trial studies and guest edited thematic issues on all the latest advances on medical imaging dedicated to clinical research. All relevant areas are covered by the journal, including advances in the diagnosis, instrumentation and therapeutic applications related to all modern medical imaging techniques.The journal is essential reading for all clinicians and researchers involved in medical imaging and diagnosis.

Following are the open access article from the journal Current Medical Imagining Reviews

Article: Acoustic Inversion in Optoacoustic Tomography: A Review
Author(s):Amir Rosenthal, Vasilis Ntziachristos and Daniel Razansky

Article: Viewpoints on Medical Image Processing: From Science to Application
Author(s):Thomas M. Deserno (ne Lehmann), Heinz Handels, Klaus H. Maier-Hein (ne Fritzsche), Sven Mersmann, Christoph Palm, Thomas Tolxdorff, Gudrun Wagenknecht and Thomas Wittenberg

Article: MRI of Focal Liver Lesions
Author(s):Nils Albiin

Article: Metabolite Quantification in Tumours by Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy: Objectives, Results and Perspectives
Author(s):Rossella Canese, Egidio Iorio, Alessandro Ricci, Maria Elena Pisanu, Massimo Giannini and Franca Podo

Article: Abnormal Choline Phospholipid Metabolism in Breast and Ovary Cancer: Molecular Bases for Noninvasive Imaging Approaches
Author(s):Franca Podo, Francesco Sardanelli, Egidio Iorio, Rossella Canese, Giulia Carpinelli, Alfonso Fausto and Silvana Canevari

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