Editorial Review 2016 – Nuclear Medicine, Diagnostic Imaging and Therapy


The Journal of Diagnostic Imaging in Therapy (JDIT) is published online by Open Medscience, based in Northern Ireland, UK. The aim of this journal is to address the requirements of researchers – specialising in nuclear medicine, diagnostic imaging and therapy by providing open access to peer-reviewed articles. These high quality published articles are available in both HTML and PDF formats.  All published articles are assigned a unique CrossRef DOI number and the HTML version is given a CrossMark accreditation.

The published articles highlight the application of diagnostic imaging with radionuclides, X-rays, magnetic resonance (MR), ultrasound (US) etc. The scope of these imaging modalities includes positron emission tomography (PET), single photon emission computed tomography (SPECT), hybrid imaging systems, radioguided surgery (RGS) and positron emission mammography (PEM). In addition included are the application of short and long-lived radioisotopes in research alongside the development of imaging agents and related targeted therapies. Furthermore, JDIT’s scope will include magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), computed tomography (CT), ultrasound (US) imaging and planar X-ray (digital, analogue and portable) systems.

Articles published in 2016 have covered the topics on the application of nuclear magnetic resonance in imaging, radioactive iodine ablation, lacrimal scintigraphy and 11C-choline uptake in an enchondroma patient.

These published articles have all been peer-reviewed by the journals’ editorial board and external reviewers. Here, we would personally like to take this opportunity to thank everyone on the journals’ editorial board who has volunteered their time to review these articles.

Citation: Ciarmiello A, Mansi L. Editorial Review 2016 – Nuclear Medicine, Diagnostic Imaging and Therapy. Journal of Diagnostic Imaging in Therapy. 2017; 4(1): 1-2.

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Copyright: © 2017 Ciarmiello A. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License (CC By 4.0), which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are cited.

Article History: received 16 January 2017; revised 19 January 2017; accepted 19 January 2017; published online 20 January 2016

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