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Case Reports and Images in Pathology


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Features Description
Journal Name Journal of Case Reports and Images in Pathology
Article specialties Pathology

Subspecialties including surgical pathology, hematopathology, cytopathology, dermatopathology, gastrointestinal pathology, cardiovascular pathology, neuropathology, genitourinary pathology, pediatric pathology, liver pathology, molecular pathology and transplant pathology.
Publication Type Articles published as accepted
Articles Accepted Case Series, Case Reports, Clinical Images, Letter to Editors
Editorial Review Yes
(All Articles)
Peer Review Yes
(All Articles)
Time from submission to first decision1 6 weeks
Time from submission of page proof corrections to publication1 2 week
Time from submission to publication1 8-12 weeks
Article publication charges Please click here to see the current Article Publication Charges for the journal.
Waivers given Case based
Please contact us before submitting your manuscript.
Dissemination of work Article sent to registered readers, deposited in open access directories and included in RSS feed of the journal, links to article posted in journal blog, social networking sites, discussion forums. All possible efforts will be made to make your article the most highly visible articles on the subject.
For whom For everyone
For residents/trainees/fellows/scientists/specialist physicians and surgeons.

1Any manuscript is considered submitted for publication to Journal of Case Reports and Images in Pathologyand included in the manuscript review and publication process only after a manuscript ID is assigned to the manuscript and emailed to the authors. Authors will be kept updated of the publication timeline at regular intervals. We estimate that the authors will take 07 days to send the revised manuscript, 03 days to make the payment and 02 days to send the corrected page proofs to the Editorial Office. If time taken by the authors to send the revised files or corrected page proofs exceeds the estimated time and/or the manuscript requires technical revision or more that one round of editorial review, peer review, revision or proof corrections; the time to first decision and time to publication will increase correspondingly.

Note: All manuscripts submitted to Journal of Case Reports and Images in Pathologywill undergo editorial review followed by double-blind peer review. In the double-blind peer review process neither the reviewers nor the authors know the identity of each other. This enables an unbiased and accurate review of the manuscript.

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