General Surgery Reports is providing a deep insight into the general and challenging cases of surgery, which is the most assistive endeavor for the personal upliftment of regular physician. The increasing trend of research in the field of surgery is the utmost focus of present time and the very same has been precipitated in this budding journal. The journal covers a vast area of surgery and functions as a promising resource of various types of surgery. The journal is going to maintain regular issue release in every month. All the communication in this journal will be tunneled through high quality peer-review scrutiny. We accentuate the open access policy for the pebble less global reach of each article.
A statistical representation of global users for General Surgery Reports (Source: Google Analytics)
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General Surgery Reports received 12 citations as per Google Scholar report