Ehab Shiban and Bernhard Meyer
A 9-year-old boy was operated on due to an aneurysmal bone cyst of the 4th lumbar vertebrae. Thereby, complete removal of the lesion and spinal reconstruction was performed.
The Journal of Medical Imaging and Case Reports (MICR) is an international peer-reviewed, open-access journal for publication of scholarly research related to radiological technology, diagnostic imaging, image analysis methodologies and tools.
MICR aims to provide timely, evidence-based information that helps radiologists, sonographers, medical physicists, clinicians, nurses, biomedical engineers and allied experts advance quality and innovation in patient care.
Associated with: II International Conference on Medical Imaging and Case Reports, Boston, USA
Ehab Shiban and Bernhard Meyer
Ibrahim Feyyaz Naldemir, Derya Guclu, Hakan Huseyin Soylu and Omer Onbas
The midline spinal cord hamartoma is a rare non-hamartomatous malformation that is often accompanied by a dermal sinus tract. Lipoma of the filum terminale is one of the subtypes of closed spinal dysraphism and it is characterized by lipomatous tissue that can inclose part or all of the filum terminale.
Xiao-Wen Jiang, Jin-Yong Chen and Hua-Qing Huang
Salivary stones or Sialoliths usually affect submandibular gland, which could occur at any age, but most patients are in the third to sixth decade of life. Here, we report a 11-year-old female patient suffering from large and multiple submandibular salivary stones.
Joshua Carrier and Joshua Knight
Geniculate artery pseudoaneurysms are a rare but documented complication of arthroscopic intervention, trauma, or knee arthroplasty. Treatment options include open surgery and endovascular techniques; however, few reports have described the latter.
Manju Bala Popli and Vineet Popli
Tuberculosis of thyroid gland is rare. It is a rare pathology even in countries where tuberculosis is endemic. Here, we present a case of thyroid gland tuberculosis with no evidence of pulmonary tuberculosis in a three-year-old girl.
Scope: The journal covers different medical imaging modalities used for diagnosis, monitoring, and treatment. The subject areas may include, but are not limited to the following domains:
- Medical Imaging and Analysis
- Computer-aided Diagnosis
- Nuclear Medicine
- Medical Image Visualization
- Pre-clinical Imaging
- Cardiac Imaging
- Machine Vision in Medicine
- Musculoskeletal Imaging
- X-ray and Abdominal Imaging
- Magnetic Resonance
- Computed Tomography
- Pattern Recognition in Medical Images
- Vascular and Interventional Radiology
- Women’s and Pediatric Imaging
Journal of Medical Imaging and Case Reports (MICR) is dedicated to clinical and medical research intrinsic to all imaging modalities, including optical, ultrasound, magnetic resonance, x-ray computed tomography, nuclear imaging for diagnostic and treatment purposes.
With increasing diagnostic capabilities of medical imaging techniques, the number of imaging-based procedures is increasing globally. Effective, safe, and high quality imaging is important for medical decision-making and can reduce unnecessary procedures. Through publication of rigorously peer-reviewed scholarly communications, MICR will become a world-class scientific journal and an invaluable resource for researchers, clinicians, healthcare professionals across different therapeutic and research areas.
In view of the rapid advances in medical imaging research, we promise short turnaround time for peer-review process. A manuscript will receive initial review comments and editorial decision within few weeks. Our goal is to publish accepted manuscripts within 6-8 weeks of initial submission.