The Journal of Computer Assisted Tomography provides readers with the latest clinical and research developments in computer-based diagnostic imaging.
Each bimonthly issue contains as many as 20 original articles on a wide range of pathological conditions. The case reports published in JCAT impart the valuable clinical experience of leading radiologists as unusual, noteworthy, and illuminating cases are examined. The superbly reproduced figures highlight unique imaging findings, the challenging diagnostic dilemmas that they pose, and their ultimate resolution.
The journal publishes original articles, clinical reports, reviews, and reports of technological advances, including NMR, PET, SPECT, ultrasound, and MRI, as well as abstracts of major CT meetings, book reviews, and related materials.