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Dear Friends,
Greetings!
The "Journal of Medical Ultrasound (JMU)" takes part in the fight against coronavirus disease
(COVID-19)!
We cordially welcome any forms of manuscripts (e.g., letter to the editor, case reports, case series, research article, technical notes, review articles, etc) submitted to JMU, discussing about ultrasound in the diagnosis and treatment of the novel disease. Any kind of experience will contribute significantly to the fight against COVID-19! The report will be published on-line first and then on hard copy in the shortest time!
Please stay safe in the COVID-19 Pandemic Scenario!
All the best wishes
San-Kan Lee, MD
Chih-Ping Chen, MD
Yi-Hong Chou, MD
Editor in Chief,
Journal of Medical Ultrasound

Current Issue

July-September 2020| Vol 28| Issue 3

Educational Forum

Rare tumors of the abdomen in children

Medical History This is a two years and eleven months old girl without abnormal growth and development. Preventive vaccines were administered as scheduled. The family history was not...


Retraction

A brief review for common doppler ultrasound flow phantoms

In this review, the flow phantoms and the wall-less flow phantoms with recognized acoustic features (attenuation and speed of sound), interior properties, and dimensions of tissue were prepared, cal...


Original Article

Utility of contrast-enhanced ultrasound in differentiation between benign mural lesions and adenocarcinoma of gallbladder

Background: Mural lesions of gallbladder on ultrasound (US) are often difficult to characterize as benign or malignant. Purpose: The aim of the study was to evaluate the role of contra...


Original Article

Retrospective comparison of renal ultrasonographic and clinical findings in patients with rhabdomyolysis

Background: This study evaluated the ultrasonographic and clinical findings of two groups with rhabdomyolysis, who showed abnormal or normal ultrasonographic findings of kidneys. Methods:<...


Original Article

Early sonographic evaluation of intrarenal arterial resistive index and long-term renal function in renal transplant recipients in South Western Nigeria

Background: Color Doppler ultrasonography of intrarenal arterial Resistive Index (RI), performed early after kidney transplant, has proven to reliably predict short-term allograft function. T...


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Journal of Medical Ultrasound, a publication of Chinese Taipei Society of Ultrasound in Medicine Asian Federation of Societies for Ultrasound in Medicine and Biology, is a peer-reviewed print + online Quarterly journal.

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