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Macedonian Veterinary Review


p-ISSN 1409-7621
e-ISSN 1857-7415

Co-publishing with:
De Gruyter

Categories of Publication


The Journal "Macedonian Veterinary Review" publishes review articles, original scientific articles, short communications, case reports, technical communications, clinical reviews and errata. Supplement issue is additional category of publication that collect papers that deal with related topic of veterinary medicine and are published as a separate issue of the Macedonian Veterinary Review.  

Review Articles
Review and monographs dealing with all aspects of veterinary sciences will be accepted, but subject to the approval of the Editor-in-Chief. Authoritative and critical reviews of the current state of knowledge are preferred. There is no prescribed layout for reviews, but the tables, and manner of citations should conform to the guidelines for articles.

Original Scientific Articles
Original articles cover full reports of research work with precise description and clear interpretation of theoretical or experimental work.

Short Communications and Case Reports
Short communications are intended to rapidly communicate novel ideas and results in new and developing areas of veterinary science. Case reports deal with important issues to clinicians and biomedical researchers.

Technical Communications
Technical Communications are short articles in which the emphasis is primarily methodological, such as technical reports of new techniques or new animal or cell models that would be of immediate interest to readers of Mac Vet Rev or reports of novel approaches to veterinary problems.

Clinical Reviews
Clinical reviews are articles that describe up to date report and explanation of different topics aimed to veterinary doctors, specialists, general practitioners and veterinary surgeons. The clinical review should provide new information about recent (up to 2 last years) developments and their likely clinical applications in primary and secondary care. The article should try to connect the primary and secondary care and offer specific information on what general veterinary practitioners should know about the described disease or condition.
There is no strict rules how the  clinical reviews showed be arranged, but the tables, and manner of citations should follow the standards and guidelines for articles.

The Erratum section provides a means of correcting errors that occurred during the writing, typing, editing, or printing (e.g., a misspelling, a dropped word or line, or mislabeling in a figure) of a published article. Send Errata directly to the Editor-in-Chief.

Supplements are collections of abstracts that deal with related topics of veterinary medicine and are published as separate supplement issues to a regular “Mac Vet Rev” issues.
The supplements are usually related with some conference/congress/meeting and includes the scientific program and presented papers (orals and posters) that are published as Proceedings in supplement issue of Mac Vet Rev.













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The all content of the Journal "Mac Vet Rev", except where otherwise noted, is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 License.