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 3, Issue 4, December 2017
Advances in Brief
- Ultra-Low-Dose Sparse-View Quantitative CT Liver Perfusion Imaging
- Esmaeil Enjilela, Ting-Yim Lee, Jiang Hsieh, Amol Murjoomdar, Errol Stewart, Mark Dekaban, Feng Su, Aaron So 180
- High-Frequency 4-Dimensional Ultrasound (4DUS): a Reliable Method for Assessing Murine Cardiac Function
- Frederick W. Damen, Alycia G. Berman, Arvin H. Soepriatna, Jessica M. Ellis, Stephen D. Buttars, Kristiina L. Aasa, Craig J. Goergen
- Experimental MRI Monitoring of Renal Blood Volume Fraction Variations En Route to Renal Magnetic Resonance Oximetry
- Andreas Pohlmann, Kathleen Cantow, Till Huelnhagen, Dirk Grosenick, Joāo dos Santos Periquito, Laura Boehmert, Thomas Gladytz, Sonia Waiczies, Bert Flemming, Erdmann Seeliger, Thoralf Niendorf 201
- Imaging Lung Cancer by Using Chemical Exchange Saturation Transfer MRI With Retrospective Respiration Gating
- Kyle M. Jones, Carol A. Stuehm, Charles C. Hsu, Phillip H. Kuo, Mark D. Pagel, Edward A. Randtke 211
- The Empirical Effect of Gaussian Noise in Undersampled MRI Reconstruction
- Patrick Virtue, Michael Lustig