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Veterinary and Comparative Orthopaedics and Traumatology

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Journal Scope

Veterinary and Comparative Orthopaedics and Traumatology (VCOT) is the most important single source for clinically relevant information in veterinary orthopaedics and neurosurgery available anywhere in the world today. It is unique in that it is truly comparative and there is an unrivalled mix of review articles and basic science amid the information that is immediately clinically relevant in veterinary surgery today.

VCOT is a must-have reference for any veterinary surgeon, clinician or researcher interested in orthopaedic and neurologic surgery with a close eye on progress in the human field and in all animal species. The information is pertinent, succinct and relevant. The peer review process is impeccable and the consistent delivery of premier articles of direct relevance to the disciplines of orthopaedics, neurosurgery and traumatology is world-class.

VCOT is published six times per year, both in print and online. Online services include manuscript submission and review, content alerts, and rapid publication. Subscribers to the journal can also enjoy online access to the journal archive.

Abstracting and indexing:

Medline, Science Citation Index Expanded, Current Contents - Agriculture, Biology and Environmental Sciences, Focus On: Veterinary Science & Medicine, SciSearch, Research Alert, CAB Abstracts, SCOPUS, CNKI Scholar, CNKI Scholar, EMBiology, Embase, EBSCO, ProQuest

Reasons to Publish

Web-based manuscript submission
Rigorous peer-review by leading specialists
High-quality editorial services
Complete online access to all published articles
Open Access publishing available (CC BY-NC-ND or CC BY license)
Global readership
Listing in major indexing and abstracting services
International editorial board
Official journal of AOVET, VOS, ESVOT and BVOA and accepted by ACVS and ECVS
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