June 2019: Val M. Runge, MD, a note from the Editor
This issue of the journal, as always, has many outstanding articles, representing cutting edge research and technology in diagnostic imaging. Two articles further investigate the impact of compressed sensing for routine clinical MR imaging, both in the brain and liver. Papers featuring MR advances constitute the bulk of the June issue. Other highlights include the demonstration of CPPD with ultrashort TE MR, automated detection and segmentation of MS lesions and demonstration of improved diagnostic specificity with AI based classification of breast lesions imaged with multiparametric MRI. Although the majority of articles in this issue focus on MR, an important CT article highlights the use of threshold-based segmentation for objective evaluation of metal artifacts.