Journal of Fetal Surgery

Aims And Scope


The Journal of Fetal Surgery (JFS) is an open-access journal dedicated to furthering research in the field of fetal and neonatal surgery. The journal offers a platform to researchers, clinicians and healthcare providers to discuss and share their experiences and findings. The journal also offers an opportunity to disseminate important developments and updates in the field of fetal and neonatal surgery to help improve the quality of healthcare related to this field.

JFS is a multidisciplinary journal that publishes original research articles, reviews, short communications, case reports and editorials related to fetal and neonatal surgery. JFS aims to provide the best evidence-based information available to researchers and healthcare providers to facilitate safe and successful procedures and outcomes in the field of fetal and neonatal surgery. 

The journal welcomes contributions from a wide range of disciplines, including obstetrics, gynaecology, anaesthesia, paediatrics, surgery, neonatology, genetics, nursing, imaging and pathology. The journal is committed to publishing the highest quality articles and providing the most timely and impactful information to help clinicians and researchers make informed decisions regarding the care of the foetuses and neonates.

In addition to its peer-reviewed content, JFS also publishes open access content including editorials, reviews and perspective pieces. This open access content is freely available to the public and aims to provide readers with current information about state-of-the-art techniques, advances and practices in the field.

The Journal of Fetal Surgery is dedicated to providing an inclusive and strong platform to foster communication between clinicians, researchers and people in various fields of medicine. Each issue of JFS provides readers with a comprehensive outlook on the current state of fetal and neonatal surgery, and aims to inspire researchers and drive progress in the field.

Contributions from the following research areas are invited but not limited to the following branches


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Symptoms and side effects
Socio-economic status
Risk factors
Psychological aspects
Prognostic factors
Precancerous tumors
Novel drugs
Minimal invasive surgery techniques
Malignant Tumors
Infections and virus
Incidence and mortality
Habits and lifestyle
Genetics and hereditary factors
Food and Nutrition
Experimental studies
Drug targeting
Drug sensitivity and resistance
Diagnostic techniques

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