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Paradigm and element shift in MR contrast agent applications.
Rinckside 2017; 28,1: 1-2.
Gadolinium agents: A farewell to well-known brands.
Rinckside 2017; 28,2: 3-4.
Spreading the news: Science and the media.
Rinckside 2017; 28,3: 5-6.
English in medicine and science –
or: English in the post-Brexit world.

Rinckside 2017; 28,4: 7-8.
When radiologist can be useful ...
Rinckside 2017; 28,5: 9.
Contrast agent safety – a short and critical approach.
Rinckside 2017; 28,6: 11-12.
Mapping the biological world.
Rinckside 2017; 28,7: 13-15.
Adding fuel to the flames: Gadolinium – the German follow-up.
Rinckside 2016; 27,1: 1-3.
Science publishers – the beginning of the end?
Rinckside 2016; 27,2: 5-6.
Datarrhea – the great data revolution.
Rinckside 2016; 27,3: 7-8.
Smartphone don't upgrade your brain.
Rinckside 2016; 27,4: 9-10.
Newspeak in radiology.
Rinckside 2016; 27,5: 11-12.
MR safety update: Why we may not need a 20-Tesla MRI machine.
Rinckside 2016; 27,6: 13-15.
Debacles mar “Big Science” and fMRI research.
Rinckside 2016; 27,7: 17-18.
Address the backlog issue or you will sink.
Rinckside 2015; 26,1: 1-2.
Relaxing times for cardiologists.
Rinckside 2015; 26,2: 3-5.
Does ECR increase patient survival rate?
Rinckside 2015; 26,3: 7.
Functional charlatans.
Rinckside 2015; 26,4: 9-11.
MR fingerprinting returns to radiology – and hopefully disappears again.
Rinckside 2015; 26,5: 13-14.
Max Factor – for the beauty of your curriculum vitae.
Rinckside 2015; 26,6: 15-16.
An expensive dilemma: Tablets versus textbooks.
Rinckside 2015; 26,7: 17-19.
The calamity of medical and radiological publications.
Rinckside 2015; 26,8: 21-22.
Gadolinium – will anybody learn from the debacle?
Rinckside 2015; 26,9: 23-26.
Do we really need ethics in radiology?
Rinckside 2014; 25,1: 1-2.
A new paradigm for medical papers?
Why we need less trash and more substantial papers.

Rinckside 2014; 25,2: 3.
Screening mammography: the sequel.
Rinckside 2014; 25,3: 5-6.
ISMRM: Indignation in Milan.
Rinckside 2014; 25,4: 7-8.
Claustrophobia, MRI and the human factor.
Rinckside 2014; 25,5: 9-10.
Statistics plain and simple: Is there such a thing?
Rinckside 2014; 25,6: 11-12.
Have you read the best medical paper of the year?
Rinckside 2014; 25,7: 13-14.
What makes an imaging department tick?
Or: How to be loved.

Rinckside 2014; 25,8: 15-16.
Moving to the dark side: Personalized medicine revisited.
Rinckside 2013; 24,1: 1-2.
Nobel prose pageant – Peter Mansfield publishes his autobiography.
Rinckside 2013; 24,2: 3-4.
What's molecular in molecular imaging?
Rinckside 2013; 24,3: 5-6.
Radiology and medicine – research or science?
Or: Is the science really so good at 'scientific' meetings?

Rinckside 2013; 24,4: 7-8.
A practical escape to avoid the real topics.
Or: Why all the sudden fuss about ethics?

Rinckside 2013; 24,5: 9-10.
Diplomania – or the value of "excellence".
Rinckside 2013; 24,6: 11-12.
The copy-and-paste generation: Plagiarism's many faces.
Rinckside 2013; 24,7: 13-14.
US-healthcare – the price of it all.
Rinckside 2013; 24,8: 15-16.
Personalized EU Funding.
Or: What should we make of the personalized medicine bandwagon?

Rinckside 2013; 24,9: 17-18.
Smartphones and tablets – the sequel.
Rinckside 2012; 23,1: 1-2.
Austria makes people happy.
Or: Is there anything new at ECR this year?

Rinckside 2012; 23,2: 3-4.
A dummy's guide to lecturing.
Rinckside 2012; 23,3: 5-6.
The European Commission strikes again.
Rinckside 2012; 23,4: 7-8.
Can we learn the art of good leadership?
Or: A wise old man's advice.

Rinckside 2012; 23,5: 9-10.
Europe celebrates the forgotten pioneer of MRI – Dr. Erik Odeblad.
Rinckside 2012; 23,6: 11-12.
Generation Y and the future of radiology.
Or: Is Generation Y outsourcing cerebral activities to smartphones?

Rinckside 2012; 23,7: 13-15.
Total reliance on autopilot is a risk to life.
Rinckside 2012; 23,8: 17-18.
Let's get personal.
Rinckside 2012; 23,9: 19-20.
Weltfremd is of no value to your patients.
Rinckside 2011; 22,1: 1-2.
Handle with care: The radiation debate.
Rinckside 2011; 22,2: 3-4.
The Guttenberg snippets.
Rinckside 2011; 22,3: 5-6.
Rude awakening: Will radiographers eventually take over?
Rinckside 2011; 22,4: 7-8.
Everybody suffers from publishers' thirst for quick profits.
Rinckside 2011; 22,5: 9-10.
Why 'feminization' of radiology is good news for patients.
Rinckside 2011; 22,6: 11-12.
The jury's still out on airport body scanners.
Rinckside 2011; 22,7: 13-14.
Wikipedia: Information you can trust?
Rinckside 2011; 22,8: 15-16.
CAD as CAD can.
Rinckside 2011; 22,9: 17-18.
Let's "scan" the patient. Or: Is it OK to refer to an MR "scan"?
Rinckside 2011; 22,10: 19.
Commercial forces can distort reality in imaging.
Rinckside 2011; 22,11: 21-22.
Are smartphones changing behavior in medical practice?
Rinckside 2011; 22,12: 23-24.
Thirty years take MRI from the cutting edge to sustainability.
Rinckside 2010; 21,1: 1-3.
Airport security scanners arouse intense controversy.
Rinckside 2010; 21,2: 5-8.
Critics line up to pour scorn on impact factor.
Rinckside 2010; 21,3: 9-11.
From ECR 2009: The latest results ...
Rinckside 2009; 20,1: 1-2.
From ECR 2009: Walking down the corridors ...
Rinckside 2009; 20,2: 3-4.
Recent events at WHO prove that bigger is not always better.
Rinckside 2009; 20,3: 5-7.
From ECR 2008: What did you learn in school today?
Rinckside 2008; 19,1: 1-2.
If it moves radiologists will want to screen it.
Rinckside 2008; 19,2: 3-5.
Radiologists meet with heavy collateral damage.
Rinckside 2008; 19,3: 7-10.
Pediatric radiology requires wide skill set.
Rinckside 2007; 18,1: 1-3.
Quo vadis – where is medical imaging heading?
Rinckside 2007; 18,2: 5-6.
From ECR 2006: Drive for perfection has potential downside.
Rinckside 2006; 17,1: 1-3.
MR contrast agents reach 25-year landmark.
Rinckside 2006; 17,2: 5-7.
What has really happened in radiology since 1985?
Rinckside 2005; 16,1: 1-3.
Functional imaging leads hunt for 'buy' trigger.
Rinckside 2005; 16,2: 5-7.
Radiology must regain initiative in research.
Rinckside 2005; 16,3: 9-12.
From ECR 2004: More science and love, less fiction.
Rinckside 2004; 15,1: 1-2.
Are radiologists guilty of killing their patients?
Rinckside 2004; 15,2: 3-5.
Medical philosophy: Cartesian versus confusion.
Rinckside 2004; 15,3: 7-9.
From ECR 2003: From EPOS without EROS to L5/S1.
Rinckside 2003; 14,1: 1-3.
Researchers must define 'evidence-based'.
Rinckside 2003; 14,2: 5-7.
Fundamentals benefit image reading.
Rinckside 2002; 13,1: 1-3.
Screening programs must show clear benefits.
Rinckside 2002; 13,2: 5-7.
New, improved radiology demands better analysis.
Rinckside 2002; 13,3: 9-11.
Expertise and judgment ensure turf war success.
Rinckside 2002; 13,4: 13-15.
Beware of fads, fashions, and market-speak.
Rinckside 2001; 12,1: 1-3.
Resist healthcare's black market temptation.
Rinckside 2001; 12,2: 5-7.
Radiology is a service industry.
Rinckside 2001; 12,3: 9-11.
Europe gets entangled in complex language web.
Rinckside 2001; 12,4: 13-15.
Tradenames confuse, bewilder, and amuse.
Rinckside 2000; 11,1: 1-3.
Politics and medicine make an unhealthy mix.
Rinckside 2000; 11,2: 5-7.
Bureaucracy and waste tarnish EU grants.
Rinckside 2000; 11,3: 9-11.
Radiologists play god at their own risk.
Rinckside 2000; 11,4: 13-14.
Quality means back to basics.
Rinckside 1999; 10,1: 1-3.
Bigger does not always mean better.
Rinckside 1999; 10,2: 5-7.
Some thoughts about contemporary ethics in medicine
Appendix: The Hippocratic Oath and the Declaration of Geneva.

Rinckside 1999; 10,3: 9-13.
The front and back of medical journals.
Rinckside 1999; 10,4: 15-17.
Perils of being politically correct.
Rinckside 1998; 9,1: 1-3.
He who teaches is brave, not incompetent.
Rinckside 1998; 9,2: 5-7.
When acronyms cause confusion.
Or: Alphabet soup (with comments from Hamlet).

Rinckside 1997; 8,1: 1-3.
Time to think again about computers.
Rinckside 1997; 8,2: 5-7.
The European Congress of Radiology – a European success story.
Rinckside 1997; 8,3: 9-11.
Statistics lead to frustration and falsehoods: "Facts and figures".
Rinckside 1997; 8,4: 13-15.
Radiology and epidemics, new and old.
Rinckside 1996; 7,1: 1-3.
Helping means more than a handout – Radiology in developing countries.
Rinckside 1996; 7,2: 5-7.
The end of abundant times for radiologists?
Rinckside 1996; 7,3: 9-11.
Surviving life on the congress treadmill.
Rinckside 1996; 7,4: 13-16.
Do we need so many gadolinium chelates?
Rinckside 1995; 6,1: 1-3.
News from the ultrasound front: Avoiding abuse and overuse of ultrasound.
Rinckside 1995; 6,2: 5-7.
Drawbacks of the information autobahn.
Rinckside 1995; 6,3: 9-11.
Playing with numbers in the health care game.
Rinckside 1994; 5,1: 1-2.
Medical ethics and the military.
Rinckside 1994; 5,2: 3-4.
Publish and you might perish anyway.
Rinckside 1994; 5,3: 5-6.
Do radiologists have a future?
Rinckside 1994; 5,4: 7-8.
MR imaging: reimbursement and costs – a European potpourri.
Rinckside 1993; 4,1: 1-2.
Better training leads to less costly health system.
Rinckside 1993; 4,2: 3-4.
Why cutting costs is so hard in Europe.
Rinckside 1993; 4,3: 5-6.
What is normal?
Rinckside 1992; 3,1: 1-2.
Beyond the basics: Is knowledge power?
Rinckside 1992; 3,2: 3-4.
What is behind high costs in medical care?
Rinckside 1992; 3,3: 5-7.
How to purchase an MR machine • In ten easy lessons.
Rinckside 1992; 3,4: 9-10.
Relaxation times blues.
Rinckside 1991; 2,1: 5-7.
The field-strength war.
Rinckside 1991; 2,2: 9-11.
The slow life of clinical spectroscopy.
Rinckside 1991; 2,3: 13-14.
Magnetic Resonance Imaging – How it all began.
Rinckside 1990; 1,1: 1-2.

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