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UiM/EJU subscribers are now provided with a mobile digital issue of their journal. The eRef app enables you to comfortably read the latest journal issues on your tablet.

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Ultrasound International Open

New open-access journal!

For author instructions and further information about publishing in UIO, visit www.thieme.com/uio


Impact Factor 2015

The Impact Factor 2016 for the EJU is 3.452


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EFSUMB Guidelines and Recommendations of the Clinical Use of Liver Ultrasound Elastography, update 2017

Over the last decade EFSUMB has produced a series of guidelines and recommendations regarding different ultrasound applications. EFSUMB is working to promote high quality in ultrasound education and sustain excellent professional standards in training and practice. These guidelines are available on the EFSUMB website and are provided to guide both novice and expert users in performing examinations with ultrasound technology.


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Bericht zur DEGUM-Pressekonferenz am 20. April in Berlin

Welche modernen Möglichkeiten bietet Ultraschall, um Magen-Darm-Erkrankungen erkennbar zu machen? Und welche wichtigen Hinweise liefert das bildgebende Verfahren bei rheumatischen Erkrankungen? Warum sollte die Sonografie bei der Diagnose von Nierensteinen das Mittel der ersten Wahl sein? Über diese und weitere Fragen diskutierten Experten im April 2017 auf einer Pressekonferenz der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Ultraschall in der Medizin e. V. (DEGUM) in Berlin. 


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FUTURE EUROSON CONGRESSES

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Aims and scope

Ultraschall in der Medizin / European Journal of Ultrasound publishes scientific papers and contributions from a variety of disciplines on the diagnostic and therapeutic applications of ultrasound with an emphasis on clinical application. Technical papers with a physiological theme as well as the interaction between ultrasound and biological systems might also occasionally be considered for peer review and publication, provided that the translational relevance is high and the link with clinical applications is tight. The editors and the publishers reserve the right to publish selected articles online only. Authors are welcome to submit supplementary video material. Letters and comments are also accepted, promoting a vivid exchange of opinions and scientific discussions.