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Journal of Neuroimaging


Title Abbreviation
J Neuroimaging
ISSN
1051-2284
Electronic ISSN
1552-6569
Readership
Neurologists, Neuroscientists, Radiologists, Ultrasound Medicine Specialists
Scope
Start reading the Journal of Neuroimaging to learn the latest neurological imaging techniques. The peer-reviewed research is written in a practical clinical context, giving you the information you need on: MRI; CT; Carotid Ultrasound and TCD; SPECT; PET; Endovascular Surgical Neuroradiology; Functional MRI; Xenon CT and other new and upcoming neuroscientific modalities.The Journal of Neuroimaging addresses the full spectrum of human nervous system disease, including stroke, neoplasia, degenerating and demyelinating disease, epilepsy, tumors, lesions, infectious disease, cerebral vascular arterial diseases, toxic-metabolic disease, psychoses, dementias, heredo-familial disease, and trauma.Offering original research, review articles, case reports, neuroimaging CPCs, and evaluations of instruments and technology relevant to the nervous system, the Journal of Neuroimaging focuses on useful clinical developments and applications, tested techniques and interpretations, patient care, diagnostics, and therapeutics.
Sponsoring Association(s)
American Society of Neuroimaging (ASN)
Publisher Name
Wiley-Blackwell
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