Circulation Online Only
April 11, 2000
Circulation is pleased to announce a new initiative in publishing: Circulation Online Only. In an effort to publish various types of articles more rapidly, we are looking to put the Internet to its highest and best use and take full advantage of electronic publication. Thus, we now have a section of our journal entitled Circulation Online Only. The articles to be published in this section will be identified, and when applicable, an abstract published, on the special page in the print journal differentiated by a red border. Each article that appears in Circulation Online Only is indexed in Index Medicus, MEDLINE, and PubMed. Each article will also appear in the Table of Contents on the cover, denoted by a red star, and in the Table of Contents within the journal, denoted by the letter e in front of the page number.
We will now present the following articles Online Only: Letters to the Editor, Book Reviews, Clinicopathological Conferences, and News. This will allow more rapid publication of these contributions and their presentation to the readership in a more timely manner.
After closely monitoring the placement of the Methods section Online Only for 2 issues, March 21, 2000 and March 28, 2000, we have decided to return to our original method of publication. However, please pay careful attention to our revised Instructions to Authors. Several important changes have been made that will take effect April 1, 2000. The revised instructions will appear in the Online version of Circulation beginning with the March 14, 2000 publication, and they will appear in the print journal in the April 4, 2000 issue.
Images in Cardiovascular Medicine
Coronary Aneurysms in Kawasaki’s Disease Detected by Magnetic Resonance Coronary Angiography
Sebastian Flacke, MD; Randy M. Setser, MS; Philip Barger, MD; Samuel A. Wickline, MD; Christien H. Lorenz, PhD
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