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Journal of Endourology(研究方向:泌尿学与肾脏学) (官网投稿)

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Journal of Endourology(月刊),创刊于1987年,出版国家为美国。该刊主要刊登有关内科各方面的文章,为内科,腹腔镜,机器人和图像引导程序的外科医生提供实用的外科医生的基本出版物,适用于良性和泌尿生殖道恶性疾病。
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http://online.liebertpub.com/END

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https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/endourology

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Instructions for authors

 

Statement of Purpose and Policy

 

Journal of Endourology will accept original manuscripts containing material that has not been reported elsewhere except in the form of an abstract of no more than 250 - 300 words.  Due to the large number of manuscripts received, Journal of Endourology has adopted a policy of discouraging publication of case reports.  Only on rare occasions, will a single case report be sent for review.  These reports would be limited to cases of a groundbreaking nature. Authors are encouraged to suggest names of appropriate reviewers and may also request that a particular individual not serve in that capacity.

 

Manuscripts must be submitted online using the following url: http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/endourology

 

Videourology:  Click here for author instructions and submission information.

 

Please read all the instructions to authors before submitting.

 

Manuscripts should be submitted with the understanding that they have neither been published, nor are under consideration for publication elsewhere, except in the form of an abstract. Prior abstract publications should be described in the form of a footnote to the title. Published manuscripts become the sole property of the Journal and will be copyrighted by Mary Ann Liebert, Inc. By submitting a manuscript to the Journal, the author(s) agree(s) to each of the conditions herein. In addition, the author(s) explicitly assign(s) any copyrighted ownership he/she (they) may have in such manuscript to the Journal.

 

 

Upon acceptance of any manuscript, all authors will receive a follow-up email with instructions on how to complete our online Copyright Agreement form.  It is critical to ensure the accuracy of ALL authors’ email addresses when uploading submissions to Manuscript Central to ensure the proper delivery of all email communications.

 

FAILURE BY ALL AUTHORS TO SUBMIT THIS FORM MAY RESULT IN A DELAY OF PUBLICATION.

 

The corresponding author is responsible for communicating with coauthors to make sure they have completed the online copyright form. Authors not permitted to release copyright must still return the form acknowledging the statement of the reason for not releasing the copyright.

 

Policies

NOTE:  PLAGIARISM POLICY

All accepted manuscripts will be processed through plagiarism detection software, and any notice of acceptance is considered conditional, pending the review and verification of the plagiarism detection report.  If the report detects a high incidence of plagiarism, the Editor-in-Chief reserves the right to rescind the decision to accept the paper.  Plagiarized manuscripts will be rejected immediately.

 

Prepare manuscripts double spaced throughout. Leave ample margins on the sides, top, and bottom of the page.  Please submit text of manuscripts in Microsoft Word.

 

The title page should include the authors’ names and affiliations, the source of a work or study (if any), and a running title of about 45 characters. Please indicate the complete address, phone and fax number and e-mail addresses of all authors, and indicate the author to whom correspondence should be addressed. The second page should contain an abstract of no more than 250 - 300 words, which should be self-explanatory without reference to the text. The manuscript should follow this format: abstract, introduction, materials (or patients) and methods, results, discussion, conclusions, acknowledgments, disclosures, and references. Number pages consecutively.

 

INSTANT ONLINE PUBLICATION

 

The Journal publishes all accepted papers within 72 hours of acceptance in their unedited, uncorrected format.  It is important to note that the information that is published online, and in all indexing services, is pulled directly from the data that is populated into the fields in Manuscript Central – NOT from the manuscript file – when the paper is originally uploaded to the system for peer review.  Consequently, any errors contained in the system will remain on our website and all indexing services, including Medline, until the next revision of the article is published.  As such, it is critical that authors enter all authors’ names correctly into the system at the time of submission.

 

The next revision will take place after the corresponding author sees page proofs, makes any necessary corrections, and returns the changes to the Publisher.  Once the alterations are completed, the revised version will be published on our website, and the newly corrected information will then be released to Medline/PubMed, in addition to any other indexing services in which the Journal is included.

 

Please note that the typical time between acceptance of a paper and page proof distribution is approximately 4-8 weeks depending on the length and complexity of the paper.

 

Because “ESWL” is a trademark, we prefer “SWL” to be used as the acronym for extracorporeal shockwave lithotripsy. Please follow the requested style to avoid delays in publication. Consult an issue of the Journal for the exact format.

 

Changes in authorship are not permitted after acceptance of a paper.

 

Preparation of Manuscripts

 

Word Limits

 

Original Articles: 

2,500 words excluding abstract, tables and figures, legends, acknowledgment(s), disclosure(s), and references

Maximum of 6 figures

Maximum of 6 tables

Limit references to 30

 

Review Articles:

5,000 words excluding abstract, tables and figures, legends, acknowledgment(s), disclosure(s), and references.

Maximum of 6 figures

Maximum of 6 tables

Limit references to 50

 

Techniques in Endourology

 

Journal of Endourology is no longer accepting techniques articles for publication.  Instead, new techniques should be presented as videos and will be considered for publication in Videourology.   All video submissions must be submitted online using the following URL:  http://www.liebertpub.com/manuscript/vid 

 

New Technologies in Endourology

 

Articles in this section are to identify and describe new technologies related to the field of endourology. These technologies are not yet proven but rather are in the development stages and show great promise. Prospective topics should be reviewed by the responsible editor and approved prior to submission. The body of the text should be no longer than 1500 words with an abstract of 150 words or less. The body should include an introduction, discussion of the technology, a specific section on its role in endourology, figures, and references. Black and white figures are preferable, although one to two color figures can be accepted if they truly add to the visual effect. All manuscript submissions must be submitted online using the following URL:  http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/endourology   

 

     Reviews in Endourology

 

Articles in this section are to provide a comprehensive, state-of-the-art review of a contemporary topic in endourology, laparoscopy, or minimally invasive surgery. Prospective topics should be submitted to the Editor of the Section for approval prior to submission. Articles should be of a length deemed appropriate to adequately cover the topic.  All manuscript submissions must be submitted online using the following URL:  http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/endourology   

 

Letters to the Editor(s): 

 

Letters to the Editor(s) are welcomed, but with a 500 word limit and no more than one (1) table OR figure, and with a maximum of four (4) references. 

 

Color photographs are encouraged. All images must be original, and previously unpublished. The images may be accompanied with line diagrams, captions, and arrows; such additions should be contrasted with the background. Scale markers for gross specimens and photomicrographs are required.   Patient identifying data from all images must be deleted. A maximum of four figures per article will be accepted. No more than three authors will be permitted for this section. For details regarding specifications for the images, please follow the guidelines under the “Tables and Illustration” section of the Instruction to Authors. The accompanying text should include information that relates to the subject illustrated in the images. The body of the text should be no longer than 750 words. No abstract is required. The text should include an introduction followed by a section describing the condition in the images and no more than three important references.


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