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This issue of the journal, as always, has many outstanding articles, representing cutting edge research and technology in diagnostic imaging. Critical new developments and findings in our field are presented, including that in MR, CT, chest radiograph virtual grid technology, and deep learning (for prostate cancer detection). Advancements in MR imaging technique are highlighted in three articles, two focusing on the use of FLAWS for improved detection of MS plaques (in the brain and cord), and the other on the benefit offered by 7 T (over 3 T) for detection of pituitary microadenomas. Two outstanding articles present major advances in CT. In one, the ability of photon counting detector CT to provide trabecular bone detail nearly matching XCT and far beyond that achievable with conventional CT is shown. In the second, the sensitivity of dual-energy CT with 3-material decomposition for the detection of gout is assessed, with this approach promising to improve the performance of CT both for the diagnosis and for treatment monitoring of gout. ​

Current Issue Highlights

Different Impact of Gadopentetate and Gadobutrol on Inflammation-Promoted Retention and Toxicity of Gadolinium Within the Mouse Brain

Anderhalten, Lina; Silva, Rafaela V.; Morr, Anna; More

Investigative Radiology. 57(10):677-688, October 2022.

Effect of Contrast Agent Dose Reduction on Vascular Enhancement and Image Quality in Thoracoabdominal Dynamic 3-Dimensional Magnetic Resonance Angiography: A Systematic Intraindividual Analysis in Pigs

Endler, Christoph Hans-Jürgen; Jost, Gregor; Pietsch, Hubertus; More

Investigative Radiology. 57(10):689-695, October 2022.

Contrast Media Reduction in Computed Tomography With Deep Learning Using a Generative Adversarial Network in an Experimental Animal Study

Haubold, Johannes; Jost, Gregor; Theysohn, Jens Matthias; More

Investigative Radiology. 57(10):696-703, October 2022.