This month JCAT has a heavier than average focus on
neuroradiology and musculoskeletal imaging. The lead paper by Murayama et al is
important and especially worth noting, demonstrating how the "singular
value decomposition method” commonly used for processing CT perfusion studies
may falsely produce a region on shortened meat transit time (MTT) in stroke
potentially affecting interpretation.
Many other good body imaging studies as usual can be
found, as well as a new Radiologic Anatomy pictorial exhibit about the hand.