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The scope of this journal is clearly defined: the radiological aspects of acute injuries or illnesses. Yet the potential readership is wide-ranging, extending beyond the field of radiology. This publication serves as the official journal of the American Society of Emergency Radiology (ASER), which was founded in 1988. Both the editor-in-chief and the associate editor are nationally recognized as leaders in radiology. The contributions to Emergency Radiology are reviewed by an editorial board of distinguished experts and deal with timely topics of practical interest to any practitioner in acute medical care.
Each issue contains five to eight articles, at least one of which is a review. Other regular features are editorials, diagnostic challenge cases, and a section entitled "Topics in Emergency Radiology Education." Case reports presented at annual meetings of the ASER and letters to the editor may be featured in the future. Detailed and complete instructions to authors appear
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