The Journal of Pediatric Endoscopic Surgery is a peer-reviewed international journal that publishes research in all areas of pediatric minimal access surgery.
The journal provides a platform for the publication of high-quality clinical, experimental and basic science reports with recent advances and new developments in the rapidly developing field of pediatric surgery. The journal provides a common platform for researchers, clinicians and scholars working in different areas of pediatric endoscopic surgery and is dedicated to the global advancement of knowledge in this field of surgery.
The journal has practical authoritative information about procedures, clinical advances, and major trends shaping pediatric endoscopic surgery. The journal will encompass articles on aspects of laparoscopy, video-assisted thoracic surgery, robot assisted surgery, vesicoscopic procedures, neurosurgical endoscopic procedures, orthopedic endoscopic surgery, otolaryngological endoscopic procedures and endoscopic procedures through gastroscopy, bronchoscopy and cystoscopy.The journal considers the following article types for publication: original article, review article, letter to editor, short communications on technical advances and editorial.
- An exclusive pediatric minimal access surgery journal
- Focuses on clinical advances and basic research in the field of pediatric endoscopic surgery
- Includes leading experts in the field from around the globe to constitute an international editorial board
- Amulya Kumar Saxena
- Publishing model
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- 51 days
- Submission to first decision
- 69 days
- Submission to acceptance
- 9,815 (2019)
Is the lower pole crossing vessels transposition a valid option for the treatment of extrinsic ureteropelvic obstruction in children? Considerations from a single-centre experience
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