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Revista Colombiana de cirugía

Abbreviation: Rev. Colomb. Cir.

Published by: Asociación Colombiana de Cirugía

Publisher Location: Bogotá, Colombia

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Range of citations in the SafetyLit database: 2019; 34(4) -- 2019; 34(4)

Publication Date Range: --

Number of articles from this journal included in the SafetyLit database: 1
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pISSN = 2011-7582 | eISSN = 2619-6107
USNLM = 9203050 | OCLC = 25366231

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Journal Language(s): Spanish, English

Title preceded by: Cirugía

Aims and Scope (from publisher): The Colombian Journal of Surgery is the official organ of diffusion of the Colombian Association of Surgery. It started its circulation in May 1986 with the title of Surgery under the former Colombian Society of Surgery, turning into reality one of its statutory goals: “Edit a periodical publication, of a scientific nature, destined to disseminate experiences and research, especially in the surgical area, giving priority to those been performed by the Colombian Society of Surgery.” Since then it has had an uninterrupted quarterly issue, publishing original collaborations on topics of general surgery and of interest for the entire medical field, including those of humanistic and socio-economic nature, and related to medical education.

In March 1996, Emeritus Editor Dr. Joaquín Silva wrote in the Journal 10th Anniversary editorial: "The content of Surgery has been characterized by the originality and diversity of medical and surgical issues of a scientific, technical, research, analytics, educational, ethical, cultural, artistic, historical, professional, linguistic, informative, administrative, and social nature, in which have been participated from eminent national and international professors to medical students under supervision. The Journal has been an open forum, committed to stimulate research and disseminate vernacular and foreign pathologies and therapies, as well as those major topics of science, technology and humanities, including those of both national and international general interest."