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Featured article: 7-T clinical MRI of the shoulder in patients with suspected lesions of the rotator cuff


Whilst MRI is the most effective method for the visualisation of shoulder pathologies, the use of 7-T MRI in diagnostics of the shoulder is still in its infancy when compared to many other parts of the body. In this study, Lazik-Palm et al demonstrate that 7-T MRI images of the shoulder can be produced of diagnostic image quality, paving the way for potential clinical applications. 

  1. Authors: Luis Martí-Bonmatí, Ángel Alberich-Bayarri, Ruth Ladenstein, Ignacio Blanquer, J. Damian Segrelles, Leonor Cerdá-Alberich, Polyxeni Gkontra, Barbara Hero, J. M. García-Aznar, Daniel Keim, Wolfgang Jentner, Karine Seymour, Ana Jiménez-Pastor, Ismael González-Valverde, Blanca Martínez de las Heras, Samira Essiaf…

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European Radiology Experimental is a fully open access official journal of the European Society of Radiology. Its mission is to adhere to the multidisciplinary paradigm of the 21st century, fostering a strong connection between radiology in the experimental setting and basic science. Research on phantom studies, cell models and radiobiology, animal models, new modalities/techniques (e.g., MR sequences or spectral CT applications, molecular, hybrid, and optical imaging), novel contrast materials, tracers, and probes are welcome. Other topics fully considered are: 3D-modelling, printing, and simulation; advanced teleradiology (e.g., virtual physician-patient interaction); novel image reconstruction algorithms and post-processing. 

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Prof Francesco Sardanelli

Prof. Francesco Sardanelli is professor of radiology and director of the Postgraduation Course in Radiodiagnostics at Milan University, and director of the department of radiology at the Research Hospital (IRCCS) Policlinico San Donato in Milan. He is a long-time and active member of the European Society of Radiology and served as president of the European Society of Breast Imaging (EUSOBI) from 2012 to 2015. Additionally, he is director of the European Network for the Assessment of Imaging in Medicine (EuroAIM) of the European Institute for Biomedical Imaging and Research (EIBIR). He has co-authored more than 300 full articles, six books and 46 book chapters on a large spectrum of topics including breast, cardiovascular, neuro, body, musculoskeletal radiology as well as methodological issues.
He was appointed in summer 2016 by the ESR Executive Council to be the first Editor-in-Chief of European Radiology Experimental. ​​​​​​​

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