Aims and scope

Clinics in Surgery Journal (ISSN 2474-1647) is a peer reviewed open access mega journal aims to publish original research articles from all areas of surgery, surgical case reports, internal medicine. Clinics in Surgery Journal covers all rare disorders and diseases of all clinical and medical sub specialties

Clinics in Surgery manuscripts undergo rigorous peer-review process where each manuscript undergoes evaluation by the in-house editorial board member first and then, if appropriate, is reviewed by a minimum of three independent reviewers within 2–3 weeks of submission. The interval between acceptance and publication online is 8 days.

Clinics in Surgery aims to provide a platform for publishing unusual, unique, and rare clinical cases and images to enhance the clinical understanding of disease and to convey important clinical information.

Clinics in Surgery considers original research, review, mini-revie, original case reports, case studies, case series, clinical images, clinical videos, short communication, editorials and letters from all the areas of clinical medicine to create a valuable collection of cases in all clinical disciplines. Clinics in Surgery content will be published on a continuous publication model.

Clinics in Surgery Openaccess

Breast and Endocrine Surgery Cardiovascular Surgery Colon and Rectal Surgery Emergency Surgery
Gastroenterological Surgery General Surgery Gynecological Surgery Neurological Surgery
Obstetrics Surgery Ophthalmic Surgery Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Orthopaedic Surgery
Otolaryngology Pediatric Surgery Plastic Surgery Surgical Oncology
Thoracic Surgery Transplant Surgery Urology Vascular Surgery
Podiatric Surgery

Editorial Board

Robert J. Buchanan
Editor-in-chief
Robert J. Buchanan,MD
University of Texas, USA
John. P. Lubicky
Deputy Editor-in-Chief
John. P. Lubicky, MD
West Virginia University School of Medicine, USA
Yoshio Misawa
Co-Editor-in-Chief
Yoshio Misawa, MD
Jichi Medical University, Japan
Robert Clark Cantu
Robert Clark Cantu, MA, MD, FACS, FAANS, FICS, FACSM
Boston University School of Medicine, USA
John Gail Henry Neely
John Gail Henry Neely, MD, FACS
Washington University School of Medicine, USA
Michael W. Neumeister
Michael W. Neumeister, MD, FRCSC, FACS
Southern Illinois University School of Medicine, USA
Daniel Mark Labow
Daniel Mark Labow, MD
Mount Sinai School of Medicine, USA
Terry Lichtor
Terry Lichtor, MD
Arkansas State University, USA
Anthony P. Tufaro
Anthony P. Tufaro, DDS, MD, FACS
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, USA
Sergio Huerta
Sergio Huerta, MD, FACS
University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, USA
Herrick J. Siegel
Herrick J. Siegel, MD
University of Alabama, USA
Jon Ver Halen
Jon Ver Halen, MD, FACS
Texas A&M Health Science Center College of Medicine, USA

Author Guidelines

The document needs to be prepared in English language. The manuscript needs to be documented, maintaining double-spacing between lines along
with a large margin. All the pages of the document needs to be numbered in a sequence, including those containing Figures, Tabular columns,
acknowledgements, references, etc. The documents containing the manuscript should be a single Word file.
All Figures or Tables related to the manuscript need to be attached in the same word file.

Peer Review Processing:



Step 1

The manuscript submitted should not be published or submitted for consideration in any other journal. All Figures or Tables related to the manuscript need to be attached in the same word file. Submit your manuscript as an email attachment to submission@clinicsinsurgery.com

Step 2

The Journal follows Double blind peer review process. This is done with the aim to minimize the possibility of a biased opinion when the reviewers know who the authors are and from where they come from. While ensuring a responsible and ethical environment is being maintained.

Step 3

The content provided by the Authors in the manuscript should at no point of time breach the Copyrights or rights of third party. The manuscript submitted should not be published or submitted for consideration in any other journal.

Submit manuscript

The manuscript needs to be documented maintaining double-spacing between lines along with a large margin.

All the pages of the document needs to be numbered in a sequence, including those containing Figures, Tabular columns, acknowledgements, references, etc,.


The Document needs to be prepared in English language. The documents containing the manuscript should be a single Word or LaTeX file.

Any Figures or Tables related to the manuscript need to be attached along with the file. Documents containing the manuscript will be converted to PDF format. submission@clinicsinsurgery.com