|The SA Journal of Radiology is the official journal of the Radiological Society of South Africa and the Professional Association of Radiologists in South Africa and Namibia. The SAJR is a general diagnostic radiological journal which carries original research and review articles, pictorial essays, pictorial interludes, case reports, letters, editorials, radiological practice and other radiological articles.|
Editor-in-Chief: Maya Patel, Radiological Society of South Africa, South Africa.
Support and affiliations: Radiological Society of South Africa (South Africa).
Announcement: 2015 special Issue ‘Paediatric’ publishedIt gives us great pleasure to announce the official publication roll-out of the SAJR’s special edition for 2015. The publication coincided with the International Day of Radiology on 8 November 2015, which this year is dedicated to paediatric imaging. This issue consists of 18 articles that will be published on a continuous, rolling basis. It is our sincere hope that readers of the SAJR will enjoy this landmark issue. Read the issue here >>
Investigation of the growth patterns of non-functioning pituitary macroadenomas using volumetric assessments on serial MRI investigations
Jaco Pieterse, Coert S. de Vries, Susanna F. Otto
Vol 20, No 1 (2016), 7 pages
A retrospective analysis of ultrasound-guided large core needle biopsies of breast lesions at a regional public hospital in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
Schene Bhayroo, Leon Yaseen Perumal, Ines Buccimazza
Vol 20, No 1 (2016), 6 pages
Answer and discussion paediatric neuroimaging quiz case
Vol 20, No 1 (2016), 5 pages
|ISSN: 1027-202X (print) | ISSN: 2078-6778 (online)|
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