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Aims And Scope

Journal of Radiology and Imaging (JRI) is an international refereed journal, which publishes high-quality original articles reporting new information on related to all aspects of radiology and imaging. The journal encourages submission of articles including, but not limited to, projection radiography, fluoroscopy, teleradiology, optical imaging, digital subtraction angiography, intravital microscopy, roentgenology, radiation effects, imaging instrumentation, diagnostic and laser therapeutic methods, radiopharmacology, radionuclide imaging, gastrointestinal imaging, genitourinary imaging, cardiopulmonary imaging, musculoskeletal imaging, women's imaging, paediatric imaging, neuroradiology/head and neck imaging, nuclear medicine and molecular imaging, ultrasound, computed tomography, nuclear medicine, positron emission tomography, and magnetic resonance imaging.

Publication of article types

Original research: primary research from any area of Radiology and Imaging

Case reports: reports of clinical cases that can be educational, describe a diagnostic or therapeutic dilemma, suggest an association, or present an important adverse reaction.

Editorial: to introduce and comment on major advances and developments in the field.

Methodology: present a new experimental method, test or procedure. The method described may either be completely new, or may offer a better version of an existing method. The article must describe a demonstrable advance on what is currently available. The method needs to have been well tested ideally, but not necessarily, used in a way that proves its value.

News and commentary: short, focused and opinionated articles on any subject with in the journal’s scope. These articles are usually related to a contemporary issue, such as recent research findings, and are often written by opinion of leaders invited by the editorial board. Editorial board members and section editors may write such articles to highlight hot or emerging areas of research within a given field.

Rapid communications: devoted to the publication of short papers presenting highly original and significant material.

Review: to review systematically progress and unresolved problems in the field and make suggestions for future work. Comprehensive, authoritative, descriptions of any subject within the scope of Radiology and Imaging journal.

Short reports: brief reports of data from original research.

Letters to the Editor: to discuss and make reply to the contributions published in JRI, or to introduce and comment on a controversial issue of general interest.

Publication frequency

All articles of JRI are posted online immediately as they are ready for publication. All articles will be assigned a DOI number (Digital Object Identifier) where they become searchable and citeable without delay.

Why publish in Journal of Radiology and Imaging?

  • JRI offers scientists the opportunity to publish their research rapidly in an open access medium that is freely available online to researchers worldwide.
  • Electronic submission of manuscripts.
  • Immediate publication tentatively within a month/two months of Initial submission.
  • Efficient and objective peer review with a streamlined electronic production workflow.
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  • Our professional staff adds further value to your paper through the copy-editing process, which minimize stylistic errors and improves readability.
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  • Accept manuscript without revision
  • Accept after minor or major revision
  • Submit elsewhere, if the manuscript is better suited for another journal in our group
  • Reject manuscript, if the manuscript is substandard

In addition, papers may be rejected directly by the Chief Editor if judged to be out of scope or if scientifically or formally sub-standard. When asking for revisions, reviewers have two possible goals: to ask authors to tighten their arguments based on existing data, or to identify areas where more data are needed. Even formal revision may be required if the language or formalities is sub-standard. To facilitate rapid publication, authors are given a maximum of two months for revision. After two months, revised manuscripts will be considered as new submissions.


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