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Chirurgia only accepts electronic submission of manuscripts, directly onto the journal's Web site, after you will register the SUBMIT ARTICLE form.
Authors must NOT submit a copy of the article to the editorial office.
Chirurgia provides free access to the full text of articles. The abstract of each of the published articles will immediately be placed on PubMed. Chirurgia uses LinkOut service to provide links from PubMed abstracts to full-text articles.
Open Access Fees: Members of the Romanian Society of Surgery will not pay open access fee. Non-members of the Romanian Society of Surgery will pay open access fee.
CHIRURGIA is a bimonthly open access journal, with a comprehensive peer-reviewed process, that focuses on interventions and surgical procedures. Novel techniques and the utilization of new materials that optimize outcomes constitute major areas of interest.
The journal welcomes original articles, surgical techniques, clinical trials, comprehensive general reports or expert opinions and commentaries relating to all aspects on surgical topics.
Clinical case presentations will be published according to the available space, only one per number. Thus the waiting time can be very long. The journal does not encourage the submission of clinical cases.
Issue No. 5View all articles
Revisional Robotic Bariatric Surgery. Largest Single Centre Prospective Cohort Study and Review of the Literature.
Splenectomy Does Not Increase Early Morbidity in Patients Undergoing Total Gastrectomy: A Case-Control Study with Propensity Score Analysis
Propensity Score-Matched Analysis of Minimal Invasive Surgery versus Open Surgery for Colorectal Cancer in Older Patients
Covid-19 and Its Impact on Colorectal Cancer Diagnosis in Romania: A Single-Centered 5-year Retrospective Cohort Study
The Role of Ileostomy in the Prevention and Treatment of Anastomotic Leakage after Elective Rectal Cancer Surgery - A Retrospective Analysis of Specific Risk Factors, Outcomes, and Complications
Management of Anastomotic Leakage after Low Anterior Rectal Resections with Total Mesorectal Excision - A Retrospective Study
Hyponatremia as a Prognostic Factor in Advanced Stage Ovarian Cancer Patients
Breast Cancer Prognosis: A Study on Mortality Indicators