About AJR

Founded in 1907, the monthly American Journal of Roentgenology (AJR) is the world’s longest continuously published general radiology journal. AJR is recognized as among the specialty’s leading peer-reviewed journals and has a worldwide circulation of close to 25,000. The journal publishes clinically-oriented articles across all radiology subspecialties, seeking relevance to radiologists’ daily practice. The journal publishes hundreds of articles annually with a diverse range of formats, including original research, reviews, clinical perspectives, editorials, and other short reports. The journal engages its audience through a spectrum of social media and digital communication activities. In 2021, AJR received 42,199 citations (ranked #4 among radiology journals), an Impact Factor of 6.582 (ranked #23), and an Immediacy Index of 2.658 (ranked #10). The Impact Factor was ranked at the 83rd percentile among the 136 journals in the Radiology, Nuclear Medicine, & Medical Imaging category in 2021 (increased from the 73rd percentile in 2020 and 70th percentile in 2019).

AJR is published by the American Roentgen Ray Society. Annual subscription to AJR, including web and mobile application access, is an exclusive benefit of society membership. Subscribers have access to over 25,000 articles dating back to 1965. For membership information and a full list of member benefits, visit www.arrs.org.

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ISSN-L: 0361-803X/20
Print ISSN: 0361-803X
Online ISSN: 1546-3141