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.

 

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Volume 25 Number 3, September 2022

 

 

FULL TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

Highlights of this issue

 

Three-week Cycles of Paclitaxel-Carboplatin Administered Concurrently with Radiotherapy for Inoperable Stage III Non-small Cell Lung Cancer: 10-Year Single-Centre Experience
First-line Afatinib in Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor–mutant Metastatic Non-small Cell Lung Cancer: a Clinical Retrospective Study
Radar Localisation of Non-palpable Breast Lesions in a Chinese Population: a Pilot Study

About the Cover Images

In the article “Image-guided Localisation of Nonpalpable Breast Lesions: a Comparative Analysis of Magnetic Seeds and Hookwires in an Asian Population“. Stereotactic-guided Magseed localisation for a cluster of microcalcifications in the upper outer quadrant of the right breast. Post-deployment lateromedial mammogram shows Magseed (white arrow) migrating >10 mm from the target microcalcifications (arrowhead). In the article “Radiological Features of Rhino-Orbital-Cerebral Mucormycosis Complicating COVID-19 Illness: a Pictorial Essay”. Intracranial involvement in a patient. Volume rendered image showing complete occlusion of the left M1 segment (white dashed arrow) with non-visualisation of distal vasculature. The cavernous internal carotid artery is narrowed in calibre (white arrow).