Journal of Computer Assisted Tomography

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Welcome to our Jan/Feb 2023 issue. Our journal covers a broad range of cross-sectional medical imaging modalities and is affiliated with the Society of Advanced Body Imaging. Examples from this issue of imaging advancements include the following. Rowe et al. explores an exciting new area, that of augmented reality and the use of advanced cinematic rendering of 3D images derived from volumetric CT data. Balthazar et al. looks into using abdominal CT findings to assess COVID-19 mortality risk. McGuinness et al. investigates the prevalence of adenopathy following COVID-19. Costa et al. examines the role of structured reporting of preoperative prostate MRI regarding risk for positive apical surgical margins during prostatectomy. Hu et al. examines how MRI radiomics based machine learning can help in predicting recurrence in glioma patients. ​

Eric Tamm


Current Issue


Predictive Value of Ablative Margin Assessment After Microwave Ablation for Local Tumor Progression in Medium and Large Hepatocellular Carcinoma: Computed Tomography–Computed Tomography Image Fusion Method Versus Side-by-Side Method

Zhou, Hongyu; Yang, Guanghao; Jing, Xiang; More

Journal of Computer Assisted Tomography. 47(1):31-37, January/February 2023.


Preoperative Multiparametric Prostate Magnetic Resonance Imaging Structured Report Informs Risk for Positive Apical Surgical Margins During Radical Prostatectomy

Costa, Daniel N.; Meng, Xiaosong; Tverye, Aaron; More

Journal of Computer Assisted Tomography. 47(1):38-44, January/February 2023.

Technology and Physics


Evaluation of Brain Tumors Using Amide Proton Transfer Imaging: A Comparison of Normal Amide Proton Transfer Signal With Abnormal Amide Proton Transfer Signal Value

Sugawara, Kazuaki; Miyati, Tosiaki; Wakabayashi, Hikaru; More

Journal of Computer Assisted Tomography. 47(1):121-128, January/February 2023.

Head and Neck