The "Journal of Medical Ultrasound (JMU)" takes part in the fight against coronavirus disease
All the best wishes
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!
San-Kan Lee, MD
Chih-Ping Chen, MD
Yi-Hong Chou, MD
Editor in Chief,
Journal of Medical Ultrasound
January-March 2022| Vol 30| Issue 1
Application of ultrasound in rheumatic skin disorders: Taking psoriasis as an example
Equipment and Technique
Rheumatologists often use linear transducers with frequencies of 7.5–15 MHz which are useful for examining joint structures such as the synovium and car...
Ultrasound scoring systems for evaluation of synovitis and tenosynovitis in patients with rheumatoid arthritis
From the Taiwan National Health Insurance database, rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is one of the most prevalent autoimmune inflammatory diseases which results in chronic syno...
Application of ultrasound in spine kinematic determination: A systemic review
Spine kinematic determination is required to diagnose or rehabilitate back pain due to spinal instability. Ultrasound imaging, as a less harmful and cost-effective method, has been recently applied ...
Indigenously developed ultrasound phantom model versus a commercially available training model: randomized double-blinded study to assess its utility to teach ultrasound guided vascular access in a controlled setting
Background: The commercially available training phantoms being expensive, homemade models are popular surrogates for training. We intended to study how comparable our indigenously developed u...
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Sonographic finding of medial ankle subcutaneous edema and its association with posterior tibial tenosynovitis
Background: To evaluate if the sonographic finding of medial ankle subcutaneous (subQ) edema is associated with posterior tibial tenosynovitis (PTTS). Methods: Sonographic images of th...
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.
CiteScore 2020: 1.3
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