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  1. Original articles need an approval by the IRB and IRB No.
  2. Double-spaced typing with 12-point font.
  3. Title page with title (less than 50 words), authors’ full name(s) and affiliation, running title (less than 10 words), information for correspondence (including address, phone number, fax number, and e-mail address), ORCID (all authors), type of manuscript, conflicts of interest statement, and proof of language-editing (optional).
  4. Sequence of blinded manuscripts: blinded title page, abstract with keywords, introduction, methods, results, discussion (Do not make a conclusion section), acknowledgments, references, and figure legends (Do not embed figures and tables in manuscripts).
  5. Abstract of 300 words maximum for original or review articles, case reports, and brief communications, but in case of original articles, abstract should be structured. Keywords (less than 10) as in MeSH.
  6. Include a word count for main body only, exclusive of title, abstract, references, tables, and figure legends.
  7. All tables and figure numbers should be found in the main body.
  8. References listed in a proper format. Check that all references listed in the references section are cited in the text and vice versa.
  9. A cover letter stating its scientific significance, the material has not been published previously, and will not be submitted for publication elsewhere, and stating conflicts of interest of all listed authors, if any.
  10. Include a title for each table and figure and brief legend as needed (no more than 10 to 15 words).
  11. Upload the copyright transfer form and author contribution form.
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