Instructions for authors

Manuscripts should be mailed to the editor and should not be submitted elsewhere. All manuscripts (i.e. reviews and original articles) will be read by two independent reviewers. With the acceptance of the paper all copyrights are transferred to the publisher.

Editor in Chief

Prof. DDr. Kurt Ammer 
Österreichische Gesellschaft für Thermologie
 Hernalser Hauptstr.204/14
A-1170 Wien, Österreich, Phone &:Fax (43 1) 480 54 23 :
 e-mail:KAmmer1950@aol.com

We publish

Editorials
Reviews
Original articles
Reports on thermological publications of interest

Announcements from
The
American Academy of Thermology,
The Austrian Society of Thermology
The European Association of Thermology
The German Society of Thermology
The Polish Society of Thermology
The
UK Thermography Assocation (Thermology Group)

Information and abstracts from conferences and symposia

Manuscripts should follow the recommendations of the International Committe of Medical Journal editors (ICMJE) (1) and should be organized as follows: Introduction, methods, results, discussion, acknowledgements, references. A short abstract in English and, if possible, German (translation will be offered) should head the manuscript. Following the abstract, up to 5 keywords should characterize the paper.

Tables, Figures and Legends for illustrations should appear each on an extra sheet of paper.

Submission on computer discs with name of the used system is encouraged. A print of the disc content should be enclosed.

References should be numbered consecutively in the order in which they are first mentioned in the text. Identify references in text, tables, and legends by Arabic numerals in parentheses. Use the style of the examples below which are based on the formats used by the US National Library of Medicine in Index Medicus (complete list of examples on (1)).

Standard journal article (List the first six authors followed by “et al” if the number exceeds 6).

Luther B, Kreyer I, Dobi I. Die Anus-praeter- Thermographie als Methode zur Früherkennung vaskulärer Komplikationen nach Dünndarmtransplantation. ThermoMed 1990; 6: 115-7.

Chapter in a book

Gautherie M, Haehnel P, Walter JM, Keith L. Long-Term assessment of Breast Cancer Risk by Liquid Crystal Thermal Imaging. In: Gautherie M, Albert E, editors. Biomedical Thermology. New York Alan R. Liss Publ; 1982. p. 279-301.

Before publication proof prints will be mailed to the main author for corrections. Each author will receive 20 free copies of the reprint.

The journal”Thermology international” (formerly „European Journal of Thermology") is published four times/year. Annual Subscription rate is 38.- Euro, a single copy costs 12.- Euro plus mailing costs (4.50 Euro/copy; outside Austria, total costs 56.- Euro).

The journal is supplied free of charge to members of the American Academy of Thermology, the Austrian Society of Thermology and also to members of the German Society of Thermology.

References:

(1)International Committe of Medical Journal Editors. Uniform requirements for manuscripts submitted to biomedical journals. Can. Med Assoc J 1997;156;270-7.

(2) International Committeof Medical Journal Editors. Additional statements from the International Committeof Medical Journal Editors. Can. Med Assoc J 1997;156; 571-4.


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Thermology international
ISSN-1056-604X
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