Editor Val Runge has informed us personally that two of our publications in Investigative Radiology in 2016 made it into the top 25 of most cited articles.
The article by Dr. Albrecht et al. entitled “Comprehensive Comparison of Virtual Monoenergetic and Linearly Blended Reconstruction Techniques in Third-Generation Dual-Source Dual-Energy Computed Tomography Angiography of the Thorax and Abdomen” was cited 46 times since publication.
The article by Dr. Wichmann et al. entitled “Dual-Energy Computed Tomography Angiography of the Lower Extremity Runoff: Impact of Noise-Optimized Virtual Monochromatic Imaging on Image Quality and Diagnostic Accuracy” was cited 33 times since publication.
Investigative Radiology publishes original, peer-reviewed research from clinical and basic science investigations in diagnostic imaging, focusing on magnetic resonance, computed tomography, ultrasound, digital subtraction angiography and new technologies. An additional major focus is intravenous contrast media, including clinical trials, development, and the field of theranostics. Emphasis is on early and timely publication. The journal is highly selective, with the current acceptance rate being 14% and an impact factor of 6.224. Primarily research-oriented, Investigative Radiology – due to publication of leading edge technology – includes a wide variety of papers of interest to clinical radiologists.
We would like to thank all colleagues and collaborators for the recognition of our work.