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A highlight of the November issue is an CME-SA article entitled “Innovative Cardiac Devices on Chest Imaging: An Update”
by Drs. Brixey and Fuss. A web-exclusive feature in this issue is a pictorial essay illustrating complications after stent placement for aortic coarctation. These educational
articles are complemented by an array of original research articles and three JSTR
Meeting Notes describing radiologic-pathologic correlation of Multicentric Castleman Disease, Mediastinal Mature Teratoma with Element of
Hepatocellular Carcinoma, and Eosinophilic Bronchiolitis.
The September issue of JTI focuses on a timely symposium entitled "Paradigm Shift in Lung Cancer Therapy: Imaging and Clinical Implications," expertly guest-edited by Drs. Jeremy Erasmus and Mylene Truong.
The symposium includes a compendium of state-of-the-art reviews by renowned expert authors on a variety of topics, including:
The July issue is out. This month is highlighted by review articles on adult congenital heart disease. There is also another addition to the Signs in Cardiopulmonary Imaging section ("The Palla and Westermark Signs"). We are also happy to publish a special web exclusive KSTR announcement: "Korean Society of Thoracic Radiology Weekly Chest Cases Website: Past, Present, and Future" as well as the scienitific abstracts from the recent World Congress in Boston.
The May issue of the Journal of Thoracic Imaging is out. Highlights include a SA-CME review article on Computed Tomography Angiographic Assessment of Acute Chest Pain and research articles on cystic lung cancers as well as the top 100 cited pulmonary imaging articles. Another addition to the Signs in Cardiopulmonary section is also included, which is titled "."
The March issue of the Journal of Thoracic Imaging is out. Highlights include review articles on chronic thromboembolic pulmonary hypertension and recent advances in CT technology. Another addition to the Signs in Cardiopulmonary section is also included, which is titled "The Double Artery Sign."