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ADVANCE for Imaging & Radiation Therapy Professionals features the latest news and information about medical imaging and provides a comprehensive community Internet site for radiologists, technologists, and related professionals in the medical imaging industry.

Decisions in Imaging Economics is dedicated to helping radiologists, radiology administrators, and health care executives meet the increasingly complex economic challenges of providing quality imaging in both the inpatient and outpatient settings. Since 1987, the Decisions in Imaging Economics has provided a bi-monthly, high-level forum to address the development, diffusion, acquisition, and utilization of imaging technology.

Diagnostic Imaging is a monthly newsmagazine dedicated to covering clinical and technical innovations, practice management issues, and economics in the field of medical imaging. Diagnostic Imaging is written for radiologists, nuclear medicine physicians, radiology managers, radiology technologists, nonradiologists engaged in radiology and medical imaging, and other imaging professionals.

Radiology has been published regularly since 1923 and is an authoritative reference for the most current, clinically relevant, and highest quality research in the field of radiology. Each month the journal publishes 296 pages of peer-reviewed original research, authoritative reviews, well balanced commentary on significant articles, and expert opinion on new techniques and technologies. Other features of interest to radiologists, allied scientists, and healthcare professionals include abstracts of current medical literature, the Scientific Program of the RSNA annual meeting (accompanying the November issue). Circulation exceeds 35,000, giving Radiology the largest readership of any journal in the field; 25% of the readers are from outside the United States.

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