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18.03.2019

Development of a new image manipulation system based on detection of electroencephalogram signals from the operator’s brain: a feasibility study

Physicians require an adequate display system with a console within arm’s reach to view images during surgical operations and interventional radiological examinations. However, manipulation of the console by physicians themselves may not be …

16.03.2019

Investigation of anisotropic fishing line-based phantom as tool in quality control of diffusion tensor imaging

This work proposes a low-cost, fishing line-based phantom for quality control of diffusion tensor imaging (DTI). The device was applied to investigate the relationship between DTI indexes (DTIi) and imaging acquisition parameters. A Dyneema® …

11.03.2019

Proposal of a new method to prove that unnecessary information is not drawn on the image using statistical analysis

The purpose of this study is to propose a new method of image evaluation using statistical analysis. We used the Sign test and the Wilcoxon test to analyze the statistical significance of image differences. Using this method, we evaluated whether …

27.02.2019

Are the recorded data of flash glucose monitoring systems influenced by radiological examinations?

The FreeStyle Libre Pro® flash glucose monitoring system is easy to use in diabetes care. However, the influence of radiological examination on recorded data has not been reported. The sensor should be removed prior to examinations involving …

25.02.2019

Comparison of volumetric-modulated arc therapy and intensity-modulated radiation therapy prostate cancer plans accounting for cold spots

This study compared dosimetric indices of volumetric-modulated arc therapy (VMAT) with intensity-modulated radiation therapy (IMRT) accounting for cold spots in prostate cancer plans. IMRT plans were retrospectively generated from 30 prostate …

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Radiological Physics and Technology covers multiple disciplines involved in basic research and clinical applications in radiological sciences. The multidisciplinary research in medical physics and radiological technology as well as the promotion of research efforts in new scientific fields will be facilitated by the journal's editorial policy, which will also aim to promote translational research in this field. Manuscripts submitted to Radiological Physics and Technology will be reviewed by editors and reviewers not only with an emphasis on scientific quality but also with an educational policy to encourage and nurture new investigators. Reviewers follow guidelines prepared by the Editor-in-Chief to provide comments that will assist authors who are nonnative English speakers, especially young researchers with little experience in publishing in English, to develop the competence in writing good scientific papers.

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