Publications — American Journal of Roentgenology, AJR
The official journal of the American Roentgen Ray Society. Recognized as an undisputed leader in the field for over 100 years, the American Journal of Roentgenology is designed for the radiologist who needs clinically useful information. One year (12 issues) of AJR is packed with more than 3,000 pages of vital medical imaging information, includes FREE CME and SAM credits.
AJR Author Resources
Manuscript Submission Site
All manuscripts may be submitted online. Submission questions may be addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org or call the peer review team at
AJR Author Guidelines and Instructions
Download the PDF that explains the submission guidelines, defines the different manuscript types, and provides instructions for submitting your manuscript.
Copyright Agreement and Coauthor Verification Letter
The AJR uses an Electronic (Paperless) Copyright process. Authors submitting manuscripts must check a box to indicate their agreement with the AJR Copyright, as the last step before Approving their manuscript for submissions to the AJR. Upon submission of the manuscript, Coauthors then receive an e-mail with a clickable link to register their agreement with the AJR Copyright contained in the e-mail. Disclosure of any conflict of interest should be made in the cover letter and on the Full Title Page, or can be e-mailed to AJRSUBMIT@ARRS.ORG.
Writing Multiple-Choice Questions
Read ARRS guidance on crafting CME questions.
Permission to Reuse Form
Seek permission to use AJR content.
Author Reprint Order Form
Order high-quality reprints.
Academic Writing and Publication—Perspectives
ARRS guidance on crafting CME questions.
Writing It Up: A Step-by-Step Guide to Publication for Beginning Investigators
Mark E. Kliewer
Editor’s Review Grid
Reviewers and editors use these criteria to help determine their decisions. You can use the grid to write a manuscript with a higher likelihood of positive review.