European Journal of Ultrasound
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Impact Factor 2019

The Impact Factor 2019 for the UiM/EJU is 4.966

 

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Ultrasound International Open

New open-access journal!

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EFSUMB Paediatric CEUS Registry
 

Since 2002 intravenous contrast enhanced ultrasound (CEUS) has been performed in children, with the potential to meet indications normally necessitating CE-CT and CE-MR examinations. Off-label use (and reimbursement) of any drug remains a challenge in paediatric practice in Europe because many drugs are not subject to randomized trials in children, therefore are not specifically licensed for paediatric use. The EFSUMB Paediatric Registry was created with the purpose of collecting data related to paediatric CEUS.

We are inviting paediatricians who are interested to promote paediatric issues in EFSUMB who would like to contribute.

With kind regards,
Christoph F. Dietrich, Paul Sidhu and Christian Jenssen


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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.