A unique imaging journal publishing peer-reviewed articles spanning all aspects of imaging science research spanning basic research to clinical trials. Tomography publishes studies involving development and evaluation of novel imaging probes including optical, nuclear, ultrasound, MR-contrast and hyperpolarized agents along with image-based feedback of interventions. Advances in hardware, software, imaging informatics and chemical and molecular probe advances are also welcome.
Tomography is a unique publication venue allowing investigators to communicate integrated findings related to heterogeneous features associated with anatomical, physiological, functional, metabolic and molecular genetic activities of normal and diseased tissue. Tomography will publish papers involving analysis of simultaneous multidimensional information in the form of content, space and time to allow for multivariate computational data extraction of features for identification of pathologic tissue phenotypes to advance imaging applications in basic science and clinical care.
Available in print and digital formats to provide opportunities for authors to embed movies and animations within their papers to more fully communicate the significance of their findings. Radiology resides in a multidimensional world and Tomography uniquely offers scientists and clinicians an opportunity to break out of traditional 2-dimensional journal formats to fully communicate significant advances.
Tomography - A Journal for Imaging Research
Volume 2, Issue 3, September 2016
Advances in Brief
- ECG Triggering in Ultra-High-Field Cardiovascular MRI
- Daniel Stäb, Juergen Roessler, Kieran O’Brien, Christian Hamilton-Craig, Markus Barth
- Computed Tomographic Characterization of Traumastem—A New Oxidized Cellulose Hemostatic Agent
- Paul B. Lewis, Scott T. Wilson, Dustin R. Kentala, John Barry, Kevin M. Lewis
- Gd and Eu Co-Doped Nanoscale Metal-Organic Framework as A T1-T2 Dual-modal Contrast Agent for Magnetic Resonance Imaging
- Geoffrey D. Wang, Hongmin Chen, Wei Tang, Daye Lee, Jin Xie 188
- An Overdetermined System of Transform Equations in Support of Robust DCE-MRI Registration with Outlier Rejection
- Adam Johansson, James Balter, Mary Feng, Yue Cao 197
- A Classification System for the Spread of Polymethyl Methacrylate in Vertebral Bodies Treated with Vertebral Augmentation
- Joseph Frankl, Michael P. Sakata, Gagandeep Choudhary, Seung Hur, Andrew Peterson, Charles T. Hennemeyer 203
- Noninvasive Electric Current Induction for Low Frequency Tissue Conductivity Reconstruction: Is It Feasible With a TMS-MRI Setup?
- Stefano Mandija, Petar I. Petrov, Sebastian F. W. Neggers, Peter R. Luijten, Cornelis A. T. van den Berg 215
- Combination of an Integrin-Targeting NIR Tracer and an Ultrasensitive Spectroscopic Device for Intraoperative Detection of Head and Neck Tumor Margins and Metastatic Lymph Nodes
- Younghyoun Yoon, Aaron M. Mohs, Michael C. Mancini, Shuming Nie, Hyunsuk Shim 223
- Magnetic Resonance Imaging Based Radiomic Profiles Predict Patient Prognosis in Newly Diagnosed Glioblastoma Prior to Therapy
- Peter LaViolette 229
- Hypoxia Imaging with PET Correlates with Anti-Tumor Activity of the Hypoxia-Activated Prodrug Evofosfamide (TH-302) in Rodent Glioma Models
- Ashley M. Stokes, Charles P. Hart, C. Chad Quarles
- Erratum: Wangerin, Kristen (TOM-00262-16) Effect of 18F-FDG Uptake Time on Lesion Detectability in PET Imaging of Early Stage Breast Cancer
- Kristen A. Wangerin, Mark Muzi, Lanell M. Peterson, Hannah M. Linden, Alena Novakova, Finbarr O’Sullivan, Brenda F. Kurland, David A. Mankoff, Paul E. Kinahan