| Radiology is a branch of medicine that uses radiation for diagnosis (known as diagnostic imaging) and treatment (known as radiation therapy) of disease. Initially, it involved X rays for diagnosis and X rays, gamma rays, and other ionizing radiation for treatment. Diagnostic methods now comprise use of nonionizing radiation, isotope scanning, as in ultrasound and magnetic resonance imaging, and radioimmunoassay (in which radioactive isotopes in antibodies against hormones detect minute amounts of hormones for diagnosis of endocrine disorders). Radiotherapy now includes, in cancer treatment, radioactive hormones and chemotherapeutic drugs. Articles published under OMICS Banner are freely available throughout the world, ensuring the author's presence through his/her contribution worldwide. Since OMICS Group International is under the terms of Creative Commons Attribution License, it enables the redistribution and re-use of the original work, as we deposit them in reputed indexes like PubMed Central on behalf of author. The aim of the OMICS Journal of Radiology focuses on specific research discipline, contributing resourceful and impactful platform to embrace the developments in research with technology in the field of medical imaging. OMICS International has been efficacious in making a niche for itself in the scientific community with 700+ peer-reviewed journals with the support of 50,000+ editorial board members, publishing more than 13000 articles in a year which are accessible to more than 100000 scholars worldwide through World Wide Web. This journal aims to publish the best articles in the field of medical imaging.