Clinical Imaging provides comprehensive coverage of new technology, new applications, and important issues concerning all diagnostic
imaging methods. Under the editorship of Joseph P. Whalen, M.D., Clinical Imaging explores the relative merits of established
and developing diagnostic imaging technology, with regard to cost effectiveness, safety, and propriety where specific disorders and physiological
systems are concerned.
The journal publishes:
Original articles – peer-reviewed reports of new clinical developments
"Radiology Pathology Conference" features – a brief clinical history with physical findings, followed by a discussion
of the radiologic imagings with a detailed correlation of the pathological findings
Review articles – an overview of
a key topic, with an invited editorial on the same subject
Case reports – limited to important new observations
Abstracts – summaries of significant papers in related journals
From ultrasound to MRI, Clinical
Imaging provides essential information for radiologists, radiology residents, and radiologic technologists.