There are many significant advances in the field of imaging. Many new imaging techniques and new programmes are currently applied in the clinical practice. It is necessary to promote the communications between different study groups and clinics regarding the progress of imaging diagnosis. Correct and precise imaging diagnosis is so important to physicians and patients.
Imaging diagnosis is very important in the diagnosis of most diseases, especially in differential diagnosis. Many new imaging techniques help physicians to distinguish malignant diseases from the benign diseases. Some new imaging techniques define the precise range of lesions. Some other techniques are important in understanding the function of organs. All topics in the field of imaging diagnosis are welcome to the special issue.
A proposed timeline and schedule which includes:
- Deadline for submission (June, 2012)
- First round of review (July, 2012)
- Tentative publication date (Sept, 2012)
In preparing an article for submission please ensure that the format adheres to the instructions provided for authors on the JBGC website: Click here
Particular attention should be paid in the following areas:
- Each article needs an abstract no longer than 400 words.
- Each article needs 5 appropriate key words.
- The title should be as clear as possible in describing its content.
- The format of the reference section is as described in our instructions.
All submissions should be made though Online Submission System, following the guidelines below:
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If you have not yet registered on Online Submission System, please follow the instructions below:
• Please log on to here
• Click on 'Go to Registration'
• Follow the on-screen instructions, filling in the requested details before proceeding
Submitting an article to the JBGC
• Please log on to JBGC at Online Submission System with your username and password.
• When you log in as an author, you will be guided through the submission process.
The Review Process and Editorial Procedure
Prior to submission Guest Editors must review all papers to ensure they meet the required standard both in material and format (See Author Guidelines). Careful preparation of a special issue will reduce revision time and result in earlier publication.
All articles are sent to three independent referees, chosen by the Guest Editor (not by your contributors) or by JBGC Editors.