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Authors Guidelines

 

Articles submitted for publication in the Argentine Journal of Anatomy Online should be sent as email attachments to autor.raa@gmail.com following the instructions listed below.

Peer review process

The articles submitted for publication in Argentine Journal of Online Anatomy are submitted to experts on the subject of the Editorial Board. They are responsible for reviewing and evaluating the articles and, subsequently, they recommend acceptance, revision or rejection of them.
The final decision, considering the opinions of the Committee of Experts, is carried out by the Editor in Chief of the journal.

Para los autores argentinos es condición obligatoria, para la aceptación del trabajo, la consulta y cita de los trabajos presentados en los Congresos Argentinos de Anatomía, cuyos resúmenes se encuentran publicados en: BIBLIOGRAFÍA ANATÓMICA ISSN 1852-3889 / http://www.biblioanatomica.com.ar/index8.htm

 

Publication Fees

  • Argentina Association of Anatomy Members: No publication fee.
  • Non-Members: US$ 75 per paper, including color images.

Papers Categories

  • Anatomy History
  • Reviews and Biographies
  • Locomotor
  • Splanchnology
  • Neuroanatomy
  • Imaging Anatomy
  • Application of Anatomy
  • Anatomical Variations
  • Anatomical Techniques
  • Veterinary Anatomy
  • Education and Teaching in Anatomy
  • Editorials
  • Letters to the Editor
  • Case Report *

 

Content of the papers

The paper should be organized in separate files as follows:

  • Manuscript (.doc)
  • Tables (.xls or .doc)
  • Images and Graphics (.jpg)
  • References of Images and tables (.doc)

Note: The anatomical terms used in the manuscripts must correspond to the Anatomical Terminology.

 

Manuscript Features

  • 1st. sheet: Paper title. Surname and Name of the author (s). Place of realization. Contact information (e-mail of the main author)
  • 2nd. sheet : Abstract: Maximum 400 words . Papers in Spanish must submit the abstract in Spanish and English. Papers in English must submit abstracts in English and Spanish. Keywords (5).
  • 3rd. sheet (hereinafter): Introduction. Materials and method. Results Discussion. Conclusions Thanks. References

*Case Report

The "Case Report" should be developed according to the following characteristics:

  • 1st. sheet: Paper title. Surname and Name of the author (s). Place of realization. Contact information (e-mail of the main author)
  • 2nd. sheet: Abstract: Maximum 400 words . Keywords (5)
  • 3rd. sheet (hereinafter): Introduction. Case Report Discussion. Thanks. Bibliography. Maximum words: 1500

 

Text Features

  • The manuscript must be submitted in Microsoft Word .doc format, in a single file, without including images no tables in document .
  • The text must be presented in a A4 sheet size, with single line spacing, without indentations, or column divisions.
  • No style, ornaments or design should be applied to the document.
  • Font styles should be included in prominent texts (bold, italic, etc.) as well as numbered texts and bullet points if necessary.

Images and graphics

  • Image files: Images and graphics should be sent in separate and individual files in format .jpg preferably in high resolution.
  • Files must be numbered and identified with their corresponding name, for example fig01.jpg
  • All images can be compressed in a single file .rar or .zip (without security passwords)
  • Quote in the text: The quotation of the image must be included in the main text.
    Example: (see Fig. 5)
  • Image captions: The references of the photographs and graphics should be sent in a Word file independent of the main text, indicating the figure to which each reference corresponds. The appointment should start with the number of the figure in bold , followed by a brief description of it in normal text. After the description, the references of the elements present in the image and / or graphic must be placed, which must be cited with numbers, respecting said numbering for each element.
    Example: Fig. 2: Dissection of the canine larynx joints. 1) Articulation cricothyroid; 2) Thyroid joint; 3) Cricoid cartilage

Tables

  • Table files: Tables should be prepared in Microsoft Word (.doc) and / or Miscrosft Excell (.xls) and sent in files separated from the main text.
  • Files must be numbered and identified with their corresponding name, for example table01.xls
  • Foot of Tables: The references of the tables should be sent in a Word file independent of the main text, indicating the table to which each reference corresponds.
  • Tables should be identified with Roman numerals, followed by the title or description
    Example: Table I: Table title )
  • Quote in the text: The quote of the table must be included in the main text.
    Example: (see Table I)

 

References

  • Quotes in the text: In the main text, after incorporating a statement by a certain author, the number corresponding to the article, book, etc., must be placed in parentheses, without superscript.
    Example: (1-3)
  • Bibliography: The bibliography used in each article should be organized with numbering, according to the order of appearance in the manuscript of the work.
    Example: 1 . Getty, R. Volume I and II: Anatomy of domestic animals , 5th edition, Salvat S. A., Barcelona, 1982 .
    2. Noden, D. M.; de Lahunta, A. Embryology of domestic animals, Acribia, Zaragoza, 1990.
  • Journal Articles: Surname and names (initials - separated by;), Title in italics, Journal name, Year, Volume, Number, Number of pages.
    Example: Ottone, N.E.; Medan, C.D. A rare muscle anomaly: The supraclavicularis proprius. Folia Morphologica 2009; 68 (1): 55-57
  • Books: Surname and names (initials), Title of the Book Chapter, Title of the book, Edition, Publisher, City of Printing, Year, Number of pages.
    Example: Testut, L .; Latarjet, A. Second Volume: Angiology, Treaty of Human Anatomy, 9th edition, Editorial Salvat, Barcelona, 1954, pp. 124-156.
  • Internet: Surname and names (initials - separated by;), Title in italic, Name of the website, Year, Volume, Number, Link of the web publication
    Example: Briones, O .; Romano, O.A .; Baroni, I. Anatomical revision of the sinuvertebral nerve. Anatomical Bibliography [online]. 1982, vol. 19, no. 5 [cited 2009-05-19], pp. 7. Available at: http://www.biblioanatomica.com.ar/20005.pdf. ISSN 1852-3889.