Mount Sinai Journal of Medicine
The Mount Sinai Journal of Medicine, founded in l934, is a peer-reviewed, general medical publication with a worldwide circulation. Published six times each year, issues alternate between collections of clinical papers in the whole spectrum of medical specialties and single-theme issues that explore one medical topic through articles written by outstanding medical authorities. The Journal welcomes theoretical and basic science articles for the clinician, reviews, reports of clinical or research experience, articles on any subject affecting the practice of medicine, short notes in any specialty, book reviews, letters and articles by medical students. The editorial board includes specialist physicians and scientists and include many chairs of hospital or school departments at Mount Sinai and its affiliates. For further information, contact the Editor of The Mount Sinai Journal.