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Endoscopy Gastrointestinal is an international quarterly journal that publishes original studies investigating the use of endoscopic procedures in digestive system. Manuscripts are subject to peer review before publication. The Journal is published in two languages, and only articles in English and Turkish are accepted. Articles should be written according to spelling rules of both languages. The Publishing and Editing Board reserves the right to review and change as necessary accepted articles with regards to the use of language.

Articles should be mailed to ENDOSKOPİ DERGİSİ, Türk Gastroenteroloji Vakfı, Gaziler Sokak, 22/1, 06620, Abidinpasa, Ankara, Turkey in 3 copies. The final edited version of the article should be submitted as softcopy written on Word under Windows as “doc” file format saved in a CD. The journal do not undertake any liability for any possible losses in mail service.

A check list will be followed when submitting articles and the Authors Agreement Form must be undersigned by all authors.

The Journal abides by the principle of compliance to the Helsinki Declaration (http://www.wma.net/e/policy/b3.htm) in all its works that are based on the “human” factor. In such studies, authors should confirm compliance to such principles in the MATERIALS AND METHODS part and should clearly state that they have obtained “informed consents” from ethical boards of relevant institutions and study participants.

In studies involving “animal factor”, authors should declare that they observe animals’ rights and have taken approval from ethical boards of their institutions as per the principles of Guide for the Care and Use of Laboratory Animals (www.nap.edu/catalog/5140.html) in the MATERIALS AND METHODS part of the article.

In case reports, informed consent should be obtained from patients notwithstanding disclosure of patient identity.

As for direct and indirect commercial relations or financial sponsorship for the study, authors should acknowledge either absence of such commercial links with the commercial products, drugs, companies, … or should disclose to the editor the type of relationship they have with relevant counterparts (consultation, other agreements) in the cover page of the article.

Articles’ compliance to ethical rules is under the responsibility of authors.

As a mailing contribution of articles to be subject to further proofreading and editing, 50,00 TL (Turkish liras) will be deposited to TL account of the TGV Sa¤l›k Malz. Ltd. fiti. before Türkiye ‹fl Bankas› (IBAN: TR21 0006 4000 0014 2320 5124 42) with a copy of the bank receipt submitted in attachment of the article.


Articles submitted to the journal should not be published or under consideration for publication elsewhere.

Corresponding authors should declare their acceptance for publication of the article. Once the article is accepted, all publishing rights of the article including the necessary corrections shall belong to the publisher. Therefore, Authors Agreement Form indicating transfer of all publishing copyrights to the Turkish Gastroenterology Foundation including all necessary corrections should be signed and submitted by all authors.

Also, authors are encouraged to submit their articles online from the following link: http://www.endoskopidergisi.org/onlinesubmit.


Original papers, case reports, review articles, new methods and materials, letters to the editor, interesting images and technical notes may be published in the journal.

Authors’ names should be placed right under the title in the title page. Academic titles and relevant institutions of authors should be clearly indicated as footnotes introduced with a star next to authors’ surnames. Correspondence address, telephone and fax numbers and e-mail addresses should be indicated for further correspondences. A brief title of maximum 4 words should be entered under the titles in English

Original Papers
Original papers should be in the following order: Abstracts in English / Introduction / Materials and Methods / Results / Discussion / References / Figures / Tables

- Abstracts
- Should include no more than 250 words and should be
structured as follows:
- Background and Aims: reference should be made to previous studies and study objective with maximum two sentences.
- Materials and Methods: information about patients, study design (prospective, retrospective, etc.) and parameters.
- Results: should contain the most important piece of knowledge. - Conclusion: should contain the conclusion of the study to be highlighted in one or two sentences.
- There should not be any references, tables, pictures or abbreviations.
Case Reports
Rare or unusual cases that might draw attention should be presented as case reports and should be comprised of the following parts: brief abstract in English, introduction, case presentation, discussion, references, figures and tables.

Reviews are the articles that provide an update of techniques, established knowledge and expectations based on latest articles (e.g., APC practices & techniques).

Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor are those articles that criticize and/or contribute to previously published articles of the journal. They should not contain an abstract and should provide no more than 400 words.

Interesting case images, technical notes
Should present new techniques and rare cases of digestive endoscopy with high quality images and brief descriptions. Texts should not exceed 300 words with maximum 6 images and 5 references.

Article Writing Rules
The text will be written on A4 paper (21x29.7) in Times New Roman font in double line spacing and with 3 cm of margin from left and right and 2 cm of margin from top and bottom.

Abbreviations should be avoided as much as possible and should be indicated in brackets wherever they are used. No abbreviation should be used in abstracts.

References should be indicated according to order of appearance in the article. They should be indicated in Arabic numerals in the text, tables and figures within brackets. Enumerated list of references to be included at the end of the text should be in compliance with the below given examples. Index Medicus abbreviations should be used in journal titles.

Articles from Journals
1. Froehlich F, Burnard B, Vader JP, et al. Endoscopies: too many and not enough. Endoscopy 1997;29:713-5.
Chapters from Books
2. Grimm H, Soehendra N. Endoscopic biliary drainage. In: Lygidakis NJ, Tytgat GNJ (Eds). Hepatobiliary and pancreatic malignancies. 2nd edn. Stuttgart: Thieme; 1989: 418-25.

Figuresshould be given in separate pages, should be enumerated with arabic numerals in the order within the article (Figure 1, Figure 1a, etc.) with a caption under the figure. Additionally, figures should be given after references in the main text.

Each tableshould be given in a separate page with Arabic numerals (Table 1, Table 2, etc.) with a title assigned for each table, and abbreviations used in the table should be given under the table.

Pictures, graphs and drawingsshould be printed or drawn on quality glossy paper. Upper side of pictures, graphs and drawings should be indicated with an arrow on their back side also with an order number and related article name. Such information should also be burnt on high quality CD

Facsimile messages will not be accepted.

All responsibility of articles published in the journal will belong to authors.