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Tuberculosis and Thorax (Tüberküloz ve Toraks)

Title Abbreviation
Tuberk Toraks
Infectious Disease Specialists, Internists, Microbiologists, Pediatricians, Physicians, Pulmonologists, Residents
Tuberculosis and Thorax is a periodical journal of Turkish Association of Tuberculosis and Thorax and has been published quarterly in March, June, September and December since 1953. A peer-reviewed system is used to select manuscripts. Original research articles are particularly supported and encouraged. The goal of the Journal is to present collective scientific knowledge and the scientific background via experimental and clinical studies, reviews, case reports, short communications and letters to the editor. To undertake a novel effort in the international representation and attribution of published articles are the other aims of the journal. The target readers of the Tuberculosis and Thorax include chest diseases specialists and residents as well as all other physicians working in the field of chest diseases.
Sponsoring Association(s)
Turkish Association of Tuberculosis and Thorax
Publisher Name
Turkish Association of Tuberculosis and Thorax
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