Informaion for authors

1. Editorial Policies
Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging (NMMI) publishes materials of interests to practitioners and scientists in the field of nuclear medicine and molecular imaging. All papers should be submitted in English. In preparing manuscripts, authors should follow Uniform Requirements for Manuscripts Submitted to Biomedical Journals (as cited in Ann Intern Med. Any previously published materials including figures and tables would not be considered to be published in NMMI without adequate written notification of 2. Ethical Standards
All contributions should follow the ethical standards of the Korean Society of 3. Disclosure of Conflict of Interest
All contributors are required to disclose financial supports and other relationships. Financial grants or supports that should be disclosed on the footnote of the title page or Acknowledgement section. All other monetary relationships, including investment, consultation fees, stocks, etc. also should be disclosed on the footnote of the title page or Acknowledgement section. 4. Manuscript Submission
Manuscripts should be submitted online at All articles submitted to NMMI should comply with these instructions. Failure to do so will result in return of the manuscript and possible delay in publication. For assistance, please contact us via e-mail:, telephone: +82-02-745-2040 or fax: +82-02-745-3833. The Copyright Transfer Agreement signed by all authors should be submitted 5. Types of Manuscripts
Types of manuscrips include Original Article, Review Article, Editorial, Case Report, Interesting Image, Letter to the Editor, etc. Original articles should include examinations or investigations that are new or original in the field of nuclear medicine or molecular imaging. Review articles should give a concise review of the subject of importance Editorial should give comments on the published paper in NMMI solicited by Case reports should deal with the clinical situation involving creative use of Interesting Images should provide visual presentation and narratives about clinically interesting or informative aspects in nuclear medicine or molecular Letters to the Editors are questions and controversial opinions on papers 6. Original Article
Text file should be produced using Microsoft Word on A4 or Letter Page numbering should start from title page. Abbreviations in the text should be used only after initial full length recommendations and System Internationale (SI). Commonly used units should be added next to SI unit in parentheses. Conversion refers to the Ann Intern Med. 1997; 126: 36-47. Radioisotope is marked on the left shoulder with number or hyphened with number (125I, 99mTc or I-125, Tc-99m), of which Be careful not to include authors and organizations in the body of the Original articles are composed of the following order: 2) Title page - The title page should include the type of the paper, title, full name of the authors and affiliations, a running title of less than 45 characters, corresponding author, and Acknowledgement. The name of corresponding author, affiliation, address, zip code, telephone number, fax number, and e-mail address. Appreciation to persons or agencies contributed substantially to the work including any grant support, financial disclosure and conflict of the interest should be included in Acknowledgement. If the original manuscript is thesis itself or part of it, it should be Only the title should be included in the Inside cover page. The names of authors or organizations are not to be included. The abstract should contain a maximum of 250 words and include four clearly identifiable elements of content: Purpose, Materials
and Methods, Results, and Conclusion.
Abbreviations or citations of references should be excluded. Add Key Words of 3~10 words under the abstract.
Introduction includes the objectives and rationales of the study. Recent publications supporting the study are to be included, but data Materials or subjects of the study should be clearly designated. Main characteristics of the study subjects, i.e. age and gender, should be manufacturer), procedures should be described clearly and should be reproducible. Generic names should be used for all medicines and chemicals, and dosage and administration method should be Results should be shown with the text, graphs, tables, and images. Legends for the illustrations should not be redundant in the main body, but the significant findings can be summarized at the end. Discussion should include the significant and creative findings of the study and should not be redundant in the introduction. Perspectives on the meaning of the study, limitation, suggestion of the following studies can be included. Comparison with other related studies can be included. Conclusion without definite References should be numbered consecutively as they are cited in Journal names are abbreviated according to the list of journals Personal communications, unpublished data, manuscripts in preparation, or manuscripts submitted for publication are not acceptable for the references but may be cited parenthetically in the When there are more than six authors, the additional authors should References follow the Uniform Requirements for Manuscripts Submitted to Biomedical Journals (as cited in Ann Intern Med, Epub: A paper published online but not in print can be cited using the Digital Object Identifier (DOI). A web document can be cited as  Choi YY, Moon DH, Son HK, Kim CY, Lee C, Lee HK, Effect of acute and chronic treatment with risperidone on the serotonin and dopaminergic receptors in the rat brain. Korean J Nucl Med
 Kim JS, Lee JS, Lee JJ, Lee BI, Park MH, Lee HJ, et al. Effects of attenuation and scatter corrections in cat brain PET images using microPET R4 scanner. Nucl Med Mol Imaging 2006;40:40-7.
 Saha GB. Fundamentals of Nuclear Pharmacy. 3rd ed. New York:  Hurley JR, Becker DV. Treamtent of thyroid cancer with radioiodine (131I). In: Sandler MP, Coleman RE, Wackers FJT, Patton JA, Gottschalk A, Hoffer PB, editors. Diagnostic Nuclear Medicine. 3rd ed. Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins; 1996. p. 959-89.  Hwang DW, Jang SJ, Kim YH, Kim HJ, Shim IK, Jeong JM, et al. Real-time in vivo monitoring of viable stem cells implanted on biocompatible scaffolds. Eur J Nucl Med Mol Imaging 2008. doi:
 Chadwick MB, Young PG, MacFarlane RE, Kawano T, Talou P, LANL Evaluations for ENDF/B-VII. In: National Nuclear Data The tables should be cited in the text and numbered consecutively. The title of the table should be phrases or clause, and each first letter of nouns and adjectives should be capitalized. The tables should be comprehensible in themselves. The tables must be double-spaced on a separate sheet and the images of the tables should not be submitted. The explanation of the tables or the abbreviations should be included in the footnote of the tables, with consecutive designation Statistical data should include mean, standard deviation, standard The Figures should be numbered consecutively and sited in the text. Legends should be comprehensible sentences in themselves. Legends should be double-spaced in numerical order with an Arabic When there are more then two images under a number, they should 7. Introductions for other types of manuscripts
Review articles are composed of title page, abstract, text, references, tables, figures, and legends for figures. The abstract should contain a maximum of 250 words. Key words are selected as in the original articles. Text should describe the current knowledge of the nuclear medicine regarding the study title, for the educational purpose for the readers Case reports are composed of title page, inside cover page, introduction, case report, discussion, references, tables, figures, and Editorials are composed of title page, text, and references. Interesting Images are composed of title page, abstract, references, The abstract should contain a maximum of 100 words in one paragraph. Key words are selected as in the original articles. Text is not required. The legends for images should include brief medical history, diagnosis and assessment, and brief discussion. Letters to the Editor are composed of title page, text, and references. 8. Peer Review and Publication
All manuscripts are reviewed by a minimum of two referees selected by the editorial board. Review decision is delivered to the author by the editorial The author should revise the manuscript reflecting the suggestions and criticisms made during the initial review. Revised manuscripts are resubmitted with the letter from the author about the revision within one month. The author should get permission from the editor-in-chief to extend Revised manuscripts are judged on the adequacy of responses and decided for NMMI publishes 4 issues a year-15th of March and June and September and
Revision of the manuscripts right before publication should obtain agreement


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