The mission of The Annals of Thoracic Surgery is to promote scholarship in cardiothoracic surgery patient care, clinical practice, research, education, and policy. As the official journal of two of the largest American associations in its specialty, this leading monthly enjoys outstanding editorial leadership and maintains rigorous selection standards.
The Annals of Thoracic Surgery features:
• Full-length original articles on clinical advances, current surgical methods, and controversial topics and techniques
• New Technology articles
• Case reports
• "How-to-do-it" features
• Reviews of current literature
• Supplements on symposia
• Commentary pieces and correspondence
• Online-only case reports, "how-to-do-its", and images in cardiothoracic surgery.
An authoritative, clinically oriented, comprehensive resource, The Annals of Thoracic Surgery is committed to providing a place for all thoracic surgeons to relate experiences which will help improve patient care.