E-ISSN 2367-699X | ISSN 2367-7414
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International Journal of Surgery and Medicine (IJSM) is an international, double-blinded peer-review journal committed to promoting the highest standards of scientific exchange and education. It attempts to cover various aspects of medicine and surgery for its readers.
The journal's full text is available online at http://www.journalmedica.com. The journal allows free access to its contents. International Journal of Surgery and Medicine (IJSM) is dedicated to publishing research on all aspects of surgery and medicine. The journal is one of the fastest communication journals and articles are published online within short time after acceptance of manuscripts. The types of articles accepted include original research articles, review articles, case reports and point of technique in surgery and medicine. It is published quarterly and available in print and online version.
2018, Vol: 4, Issue: 4Int J Surg Med. Year: 2018, Volume: 4, Issue: 4
- EVALUATION OF PATIENTS WHO UNDERWENT BILATERAL UNIPORTAL VIDEO ASSISTED THORACIC SYMPATHICOTOMY FOR PRIMARY HYPERHIDROSIS
- METABOLIC MARKERS OF CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE AND TYPE 2 DIABETES MELLITUS IN VARIOUS CLINICAL AND MORPHOLOGICAL FORMS OF NONALCOHOLIC FATTY LIVER DISEASE IN PATIENTS WITH ABDOMINAL OBESITY
- ADJUVANTS THERAPY IN ORAL CANCER
- THREE PORTS LAPAROSCOPIC REPAIR OF ADULT MORGAGNI HERNIA AND RARE SIMULTANEOUS PRESENTATION OF PARA-ESOPHAGEAL HERNIA WITH MORGAGNI HERNIA
- PERCUTANEOUS DRAINAGE : AN EFFECTIVE AND LESS AGRESSIVE APPROACH FOR COMPLICATED DIVERTICULAR ABSCESS
- PNEUMATOSIS INTESTINALIS AND GAS IN THE SUPERIOR MESENTERIC VEIN AND HEPATIC PORTAL VEIN: A RARE PRESENTATION OF ACUTE PERFORATED APPENDICITIS
- AUTOIMMUNE PANCREATITIS : AN ENTITY DIFFICULT TO DIAGNOSE
- SPONTANEOUS BILOMA: REPORT OF TWO CASES WITH REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE
- AGGRESSIVE MULTIPLE MYELOMA IN A YOUNG ADULT: A CASE REPORT
- A COMMON PATHOLOGY, A RARE CAUSE A CASE REPORT OF CANDIDIAL GASTRIC PERFORATION
- OSTEOSARCOMA OF THE SPHENO-TEMPORO-ORBITAL BONE: IMAGING ASPECTS OF SUCH UNUSUAL LOCATION