JRCR - Journal of Radiology Case Reports JRCR - Journal of Radiology Case Reports
Discussion started by Roland Talanow 5 years ago

Before you submit your paper to the Journal of Radiology Case Reports, please follow these "gross' guidelines:

Important!Articles won't be reviewed if the authors don't comply with the following:
1. Use the provided manuscript template. This is the only file (besides figures.zip) to be uploaded. (Do not upload single image files)
2. The manuscript has to be mainly Radiology/imaging focussed. Clinical information is welcomed but should be less than the radiological information provided.
3. If manuscript is a case report: A comprehensive discussion about imaging findings on different modalities, imaging findings of differential diagnoses as well as a good description of imaging technique and findings in the figure legends is MANDATORY.

 

 

Submission Checklist

Your submission is ready to be considered by the JRCR if the following apply:

The submission has not been previously published, nor is it before another journal for consideration (or an explanation has been provided in Comments to the Editor) and the authors permit EduRad (the publisher) and its affiliates to publish the submitted work.

The author used the manuscript template (download template here); and all illustrations, figures, and tables are placed at the end of the manuscript.

Please download and read the JRCR Author and Reviewer Guidelines for the latest uptodate guidelines since these may change with time.

When available, the URLs to access references online are provided, including those for open access versions of the reference. The URLs are ready to click (e.g., http://www.radiologycases.com).

The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines, which is found in About the Journal.

If submitting to a peer-reviewed section of the journal, the instructions in "Ensuring a Blind Review" have been followed.

The submitting author assures that all contributing authors agree with the submitted version of the manuscript and no violoation of patient rights are associated with the submitted work.

Is this manuscript written in proper english? Did you do spell check and grammar check in English or did an English-proficient person proof read the manuscript? (Poor English is the most frequent reason for rejection!)

Cover Letter (example can be found in manuscript template) includes: Title, Authors, Author Addresses, Statement of authorship, Notifications of conflicts of interest and Ethical adherence.
Manuscript includes: Title, Cover letter, Abstract, Text body, References, Figures and Figure legends. (Figures can be in lower quality - keep the Word file size manageable. After acceptance, the author needs to submit figures in high quality.)

 

Please ask questions in this group if anything is unclear.

Thank you for considering your manuscript in our Journal!

 

Roland Talanow M.D., Ph.D.
Editor-in-Chief
Journal of Radiology Case Reports
Indexed - open access - interactive
http://www.RadiologyCases.com

 

Roland Talanow M.D., Ph.D.

Editor-in-Chief

Journal of Radiology Case Reports

Indexed - open access - interactive

http://www.RadiologyCases.com

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Roland Talanow
Roland Talanow
Dr. Shweta,
Thank you for your question. The following manuscript types are accepted:
- Case Report
- Case Series
- Pictorial review article
- “Signs in Radiology” (similar to a pictorial review article)
and
- Original Work

What this journal especially is interested in is a plenitude of images and modalities for the presented entity.
I hope this helped.
5 years ago
drshweta
drshweta
review of literature can also be sent?
5 years ago
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