Meta-Radiology is an interdisciplinary journal that provides a forum for the dissemination of new research results in the field of radiology. The typical medical images of interest include those acquired from: magnetic resonance, ultrasound, computed tomography, nuclear medicine, and X-ray.
The types of papers of interest include those that use different modality medical images to perform the following types of clinical and basic science investigations:
Clinical radiology: detection, diagnosis, efficacy prediction, prognosis prediction, etc.
Artificial intelligence in radiology: segmentation, visualization, feature extraction, image generation, computer-aided diagnosis, computer-aided detection, NLP in radiology, etc.
Molecular imaging: utilization of molecular imaging (i.e. nuclear imaging, autoradiography and pathology, MRI, ultrasound imaging, radiomics/genomics etc.) to investigate questions related to cell biology, molecular biology and diagnostic imaging.
New medical imaging technology: image acquisition, image postprocessing, fast imaging, automatic scanning, etc.
Interventional radiology: interventional biopsy, intervention therapy, interventional diagnosis, new interventional techniques, such as ultrasound guided interventional techniques, MR guided interventional techniques, etc.
Radiation: molecular and cellular radiation biology, radiation physics, radiation technology, and clinical oncology radiation treatment, etc.
Other interdisciplinary radiology: medical physics, neuroscience and neuroimaging, radiochemistry, radiobiology, radiogenetics, radiotoxicology, etc.