Mathews Journal of Surgery (MJS; ISSN 2575-9531) publishes original research and reports on a range of related topics, such as pediatric surgery, thoracic and cardiovascular surgery, reconstructive surgery, vascular surgery, neurosurgery, oral and maxillofacial surgery, vascular surgery, craniofacial surgery, colon, and rectal surgery. MJS is dedicated to advancing surgical research, clinical practice, and education. This journal aims to promote developments in surgery through the sharing of knowledge regarding novel ideas and good clinical practices across surgical specialties.
MJS publishes high-quality papers on breast, vascular, HPB, upper and lower GI, and endocrine surgery, and associated surgical sciences. The journal publishes papers in a variety of formats, such as original articles, reviews, clinical trials, case reports, and commentaries. MJS features the very best clinical and laboratory-based research on various aspects associated with general surgery and related topics.
Why publish with us?
High Visibility: MJS follows an open access policy that allows the published articles to be disseminated across the globe.
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Rigorous peer review: Every manuscript submitted undergoes a thorough and rigorous double-blind peer-review. This process eliminates subjective judgments and bias from the decision making process.
We welcome all types of articles related to Surgery. For submission assistance contact: [email protected]. Please follow the Author Guidelines.
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Published : 25th January 2023
Authors : Keshavi Mehta1, Prathamesh Pathrikar1, Mohd Shaad Shaikh1, Sanjay Chatterjee2,3,*
Citation : Mehta K, et al. (2023). A Curious Case of Drain Going Intraluminal. Mathews J Surg. 6(1):17.
Published : 08th July 2022
Authors : Camila Brandão Polakowski1,2, Roseli Fillus1, Maria Sofia Rosario da Luz2, Carla Simone da Silva1, Vinicius Basso Preti1, Victoria Marzagão Ribeiro3, Valéria Abrahão Rosenfeld3
Citation : Polakowski CB, et al. (2022). Use of Specific Supplementation for healing in Surgical Wounds: Case Report. Mathews J Surg. 5(1):16.
Published : 12th May 2022
Authors : Dr. Peyman Virani1, Dr. Ozra Nouri2, Dr. Ali Farbod1, Mahshid Dehghan2, Aisan Akhgari2*, Zahra Javadpour Ebrahim2
Citation : Akhgari Aisan, et al. (2022). Serum laboratory biomarkers to estimate the probability of complicated appendicitis: CRP and LDH. Mathews J Surg. 5(1):15.
Published : 31st December 2020
Authors : Rania Haydar1*, Timothy Keady1, Nick Eustace2, Suzanne Crowe1
Citation : Haydar R, et al. (2020). Paediatric RSI: Out with the old, in with the new?. Mathews J Surgery. (4)1:14.
Published : 23rd October 2019
Authors : Shaoguang Feng, Yi Lou, Aihe Wang, and Weiguang Liu*
Citation : Citation: Liu W. (2019). Thoracoscopic versus Open Repair of Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Mathews J Surgery. 3(1): 13.
Published : 12th October 2018
Authors : Francesco Venditti1 , Pierluigi Stefàno2 , Ramona Santangeli2 , Claudio Blanzola2 , Maria Riccarda Del Bene1 , Sabina Caciolli2 , Stefano Del Pace2 , Giuseppe Barletta1
Citation : Citation: Venditti F, Stefàno P, Santangeli R, Blanzola C, et al. (2018). Trifecta Aortic Valve Replacement in Elderly and Polymorbid Patients: Clinical and Echocardiographic Follow-Up. M J Surg. 2(1): 013.