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Year : 2019  |  Volume : 7  |  Issue : 3  |  Page : 59


Senior Consultant in Internal Medicine and Diabetes and Editor in Chief, APIK Journal of Internal Medicine API Karnataka Chapter, Bangalore, Karnataka, India

Date of Web Publication15-Jul-2019

Correspondence Address:
Dr. M Premanath
Editor in Chief, APIK Journal of Internal Medicine, API Karnataka Chapter, API Bhavana, 16/F, Millers Tank Bed Area, Vasanth Nagar, Bangalore - 570 052, Karnataka,
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Source of Support: None, Conflict of Interest: None

DOI: 10.4103/AJIM.AJIM_21_19

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Premanath M. Editorial. APIK J Int Med 2019;7:59

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Premanath M. Editorial. APIK J Int Med [serial online] 2019 [cited 2020 Jul 16];7:59. Available from: http://www.ajim.in/text.asp?2019/7/3/59/262747

Dear Colleagues,

It gives us an immense pleasure to keep this issue of APIK Journal of Internal Medicine in your hands published by international publishers, Wolters Kluwer – Medknow. The journal is truly going international, and you will all have to strive to keep it that way. We expect that lot of your good studies are converted into good papers and sent to the journal.

This issue has an original article of a case series by Dr. Vasantha Kamath and her colleagues, which is an interesting finding in dengue and thyrotoxicosis. Dr. Pratibha Pereira has written the guest editorial on channelopathies on which the original article is based. Her findings in the case series may be very useful to all the clinicians who see dengue and thyrotoxicosis almost every day. There are two very interesting reviews: one on hyponatremia, a day-to-day occurrence in a clinician's practice, by Dr. Sudha Vidyasagar, and another on the status of medical education in India by Dr. Praveen Kulkarni and his colleagues. Both are written very well, and you will appreciate their usefulness. There are four interesting case reports: three by MRMC Kalaburagi and one from BMC and RI. Case reports are equally or more important to a clinician as it will tell how to manage a similar situation if one faces. Do send your interesting case reports. The viewpoint by Dr. Sadananda Naik makes you think about that subject. You have the regular features of electrocardiogram and radiological diagnosis.

The first issue of the journal gives you the detailed instructions of how to submit an article to the journal, be it an original article, a review, case report, or others. Please read the instructions carefully and follow them correctly before uploading your article to the journal's website. If you do not send the article according to the instructions, the article will come back with an editorial review stating you to follow and modify the article, which will result in a delay in processing the article. Please upload your article to journalonweb/ajim as an author, after registering yourself as an author. Everything is time bound, and your articles will be processed accordingly.

We hope you have enjoyed the KAPICON 19 held at Belagavi. Kudos to the organizers for arranging a very good conference, where there were >150 free papers and >300 posters. It is a vast clinical material and if you keep quiet, would be wasted. Convert them into useful papers and send them. If they are worth publishing, they will be published and others will benefit from it. Meanwhile, enjoy reading this issue, and you can send me your comments in the form of letters to the editor.


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