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Emergency Radiology

Emergency Radiology

A Journal of Practical Imaging Official Journal of the American Society of Emergency Radiology

Editor-in-Chief: Ronald J. Zagoria

ISSN: 1070-3004 (print version)
ISSN: 1438-1435 (electronic version)

Journal no. 10140

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    • To advance and improve the radiologic aspects of emergency care
    • To establish Emergency Radiology as an area of special interest in the field of diagnostic imaging
    • To improve methods of education in Emergency Radiology
    • To provide, through formal meetings, a mechanism for presentation of scientific papers on various aspects of Emergency Radiology and continuing education
    • To promote research in Emergency Radiology by clinical and basic science investigators, including residents and other trainees
    • To act as the resource body on Emergency Radiology for those interested in emergency patient care

    Members of the American Society of Emergency Radiology (ASER) receive the Emergency Radiology journal as a benefit of membership!



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