About HKJR


Hong Kong Journal of Radiology (HKJR) is the official peer-reviewed academic journal of the Hong Kong College of Radiologists. HKJR is published quarterly by Hong Kong Academy of Medicine Press. HKJR is a continuation of the Journal of the Hong Kong College of Radiologists.


HKJR publishes papers on all aspects of diagnostic imaging, clinical oncology, and nuclear medicine, including original research articles, review articles, perspectives, pictorial essays, case reports, brief communications, editorials, and letters to the Editor. Papers on radiological protection, quality assurance, audit in radiology, and matters related to radiological training or education are also included.


The 2023 Journal Impact Factor for the HKJR is 0.2 (Clarivate, 2024).


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Current Issue


Volume 27 Number 2, June 2024



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Highlights of this issue


Analysis of Discordant Histologically Benign Breast Lesions and Predictive Factors Associated with True Discordance on Imaging
Moderately Hypofractionated Versus Conventionally Fractionated Volumetric Modulated Arc Therapy for Definitive Treatment of Localised Prostate Cancer
Application of Zero Echo Time Magnetic Resonance Angiography in Neuroimaging: A Pictorial Essay

About the Cover Images

In the article “Application of Zero Echo Time Magnetic Resonance Angiography in Neuroimaging: A Pictorial Essay”. The maximum intensity projection image of zero echo time magnetic resonance angiography depicts drainage into the left inferior petrosal sinus. Note the dilated left occipital arterial feeder (curved arrow). In the article “Radiologic- Pathologic Review of Non-Epithelial Malignancies and Metastases in the Breast: A Pictorial Essay”. 18F-fluorodeoxyglucose positron emission tomography/computed tomography showed multiple hypermetabolic lymphadenopathies above and below the diaphragm (thin arrows), including both axillae. Histopathology of the right axillary lymph node confirmed classical Hodgkin lymphoma.