The Journal of Neuroimaging offers full coverage of all the relevant clinical neurological aspects of MRI, SPECT, Neurosonology, CT, PET, Transcranial Doppler, Carotid Ultrasound, and other neuroimaging modalities. This journal gives you the kind of practical information you can put to immediate use but cannot find elsewhere. Save valuable time by reading this one publication; you’ll learn the developments, research, equipment and reports that have the most meaning for you. Expert authors advise readers on the best techniques for maximum results and minimal risk. Carefully reproduced images illustrate the articles with clarity and fidelity. The articles and illustrations emphasize selecting the appropriate modality and using neuroimaging techniques to improve patient care. The Journal of Neuroimaging addresses the full spectrum of human nervous system disease including stroke, neoplasia, degenerative and demyelinating disease, epilepsy, infectious disease, toxic-metabolic disease, psychoses, dementias, heredo-familial disease and trauma. Each issue offers original clinical articles, case reports, articles on advances in experimental research, technology updates, and neuroimaging CPCs.
As an official journal of the American Society of Neuroimaging, Clinical Neuroimaging builds upon the success of the Journal of Neuroimaging. An Open Access publication, Clinical Neuroimaging features practice-focused articles covering various subspecialties and imaging modalities. We provide comprehensive education to advance knowledge among neurologists, neuroradiologists, radiologists, neurosurgeons, students, and other healthcare professionals interested in neuroimaging. Clinical Neuroimaging encompasses brain, spine, head and neck imaging, along with non-interpretive material related to wellness and the business aspects of neuroimaging. Our mission is to engage readers by publishing high-quality, peer-reviewed material that improves patient-centered care outcomes, emphasizing quality, safety, patient satisfaction, and customer service. As a leading journal, we strive to provide clinically relevant articles for daily practice. We actively welcome submissions of original research, case series, case reports, interesting images, and reviews , promoting excellence in patient care, professional development, and lifelong learning.