Types of Manuscripts and Limits
Original articles should contain original research relevant to medical science (Pre, Para & clinical) includes case-control studies, cohort studies, interventional studies, Quasi-experimental, the study of screening and diagnostic tests. Text of study is usually divided into sections introduction, methods, Results & Discussion (IMRAD). Manuscripts should be accompanied by an abstract (divided into objective, design, subjects, methods, Result & Conclusions) in not more than 250 words. Four to five keywords in alphabetical order should be provided for indexing along with an abstract. The typical text length for such contribution in 2500-3500 words (excluding Title page, abstract, tables, figures, acknowledgments, & references).
Clinical case highlighting uncommon condition or presentation are published as care reports. The Text should not exceed 1000 words & is divided into sections i.e. abstract, Introduction, case report, and discussion. Include a brief abstract of about 100 words.
Case series consists of two to five interesting cases with similar clinical presentations. These cases should be a series of uncommon clinical condition or some rare diseases. The Text should not exceed 1500 words & is divided into sections i.e. abstract, Introduction, case study and discussion and include a brief abstract of about 100 words with 3 to 5 keywords.
Journal encourages submission of a review article on the topic of general interest. Any topic will be considered but priority will be given to the current problem. The typical length should be about 3000 words (excluding tables, figures & references) manuscript should be accompanied by an Abstract of less than 250 words.
A short account of original studies is published as brief reports. The text should be divided into section i.e. abstract, introduction, methods, results & discussion. A series of cases can also be considered as a brief report, provided the number of cases is reasonably large. The abstract should be 100-150 words with 3-5 keywords. The text should not contain more than 1500 words.
Letter to Editor(s)
The editorial office welcomes and encourages correspondence relating to articles published in the journal. The letter may also relate to other topics of interest to the medical professional. The letter should not be more than 500 words.
Authors can submit short communication which should be related to some recent diseases or clinical problems. It should not exceed 800 to 1000 words with an abstract of about 100 words. It should be having 3 to 5 keywords.
Small original studies are published as research briefs. The text should be divided into section i.e. abstract, introduction, methods, results & discussion. A series of cases can also be considered as research brief, provided the number of cases is reasonably large. The abstract should be 100-150 words with 3-5 keywords. The text should not contain more than 1500 words.