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The Journal of Minimally Invasive Gynecology is a bimonthly periodical devoted to the health care of women. The Journal of Minimally Invasive Gynecology Authors Guide Revised 052017

Important Contact Information For any questions, you may telephone the Journal office at the following or email Lindsey Huckabee Journal Office Administrator Amy Swartz Editorial Assistant JMIG Edit

Getting Started This guide is designed to assist you in understanding all of the elements required to submit and get published in the The Journal of Minimally Invasive Gynecology JMIG. What is EES E

Article Types Written Manuscripts Traditional Method This type of manuscript requires the authors to submit a structured abstract, along with a full written manuscript. The article may contain images

Manuscript Processing When a manuscript is received, the corresponding author will be sent a verification letter. A manuscript will not be published unless a conflict of interest has been signed by al

Manuscripts submitted without disclosure or an attestation report will not be forwarded to the editor until received. The attestation report is required if there are more than three authors. Attestati

Ensuring you are using correct scientific English for manuscript Elsevier provides a service that will review and make edits to your manuscript already written in English to ensure it is in correct s

It appears in the table of contents under the authors names. All submitted manuscripts must include email address, phone and fax numbers on the title page and page numbering with the first authors las

Perspectives These are different from editorials that deal with an article in the issue. They are short articles between 1,000 and 2,000 words with no more than 5 references on a topic of current inte

Figures, Illustrations, and Tables The editors reserve the right to establish a reasonable limit on the number of black and white illustrations that will be reproduced free of charge. Electronic table

If the video or animation is divided into several clips, each clip should be identified at the beginning of the section, e.g., Video Clip 1 or Graphic 1, and each clip or graphic should be saved as a

Presentation 4. Wortman M, Daggett A. Serum sodium changes during hysteroscopic endomyometrial resection. Paper presented at 23rd annual meeting of the American Association of Gynecologic Laparoscopis

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Videos Articles The Journal now accepts Video Articles. What exactly is a Video Article A Video Article contains all of the elements outlined in a structured abstract and full written manuscript, but

Below are some examples of an accepted Structured Abstract and Video Article Sample Structured Abstract Sample Video Article Submission Revised 052017

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