Manuscripts may be rejected without peer review by the editor-in-chief if they do not comply with the instructions to authors or if they are beyond the scope of the Journal.
The title of the article should be concise, brief but comprehensive. It must provoke the readers to read the whole article. The title should accurately reflect the outcome of the study. It must be the research question or the answer of it.
The abstract must summarize the manuscript. No discrepancies between the abstract and the article must be. Keywords should be concordant with the National Library of Medicine (NLM) Medical Subject Headings (MeSH) vocabulary terms and three to six keywords should be listed.
The authors must have Informed Consent and Ethical Committee Approval (date and number) in the patients (materials) and methods section. The methods should explain the steps taken to produce the results. It should contain adequate details for other researchers to replicate the study.[1-3]
Results must be presented in logical sequence in the text, tables and illustrations. Data in the text should not be repeated in the tables or illustrations. Avoid repeating yourself.
In the discussion section, start emphasizing the new and the most important findings of the study. Relate the observations to other relevant studies. Finally, present limitations and conclusion short and clear enough.
The format of the references and abbreviated title of the journal must be according to the style used by the PubMed/MEDLINE with year, volume, and inclusive page numbers. Recent references must be preferred.
Illustrations and figures must be original, professionally drawn and photographed with a resolution of 300 DPI.