International Journal of Angiology
Official journal of the International College of Angiology
The International Journal of Angiology is a peer-reviewed journal dedicated to the diagnosis, treatment and long-term management of vascular and cardiovascular disease. A multidisciplinary journal, it publishes original research, reviews, case reports, and rapid communications on all aspects of angiology. Articles published cover experimental, clinical, and basic science; as well as the outcomes of medical research and clinical trials.
A key publication for all those working in cardiovascular medicine and surgery, the International Journal of Angiology will be of interest to cardiovascular surgeons, vascular surgeons, interventional cardiologists and radiologists, neurologists, neurosurgeons, internists, cardiology researchers and general physicians.
The aims include:
- To provide a medium for the timely publication of scientific materials in the field of vascular and cardiovascular medicine and surgery.
- To promote a multi-disciplinary approach to the management and treatment of vascular and cardiovascular disease.
- To report the latest clinical outcomes of new surgical and clinical techniques in the field of angiology.
The International Journal of Angiology is the official journal of the International College of Angiology, and as such is distributed to all members as part of the membership package. The society is committed to improving health and quality of life through the practice of vascular medicine and surgery, and supports extensive research and educational programmes. For further information on how to become a member, visit www.intlcollegeofangiology.org
The International Journal of Angiology is also an official journal of the International College of Surgeons and the Asian Society for Vascular Surgery.
The International Journal of Angiology is available in print and online. Articles published ahead of print are available via the eFirst service on the Thieme eJournals platform.
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