SCMR is looking for interesting CMR cases for publication on Case of the Week. We are particularly interested in cases where CMR was essential in diagnosis and management. Submission of multi-imaging modality cases are encouraged.
Submitted cases will be peer-reviewed by the web committee before acceptance and can be listed as a peer reviewed web publication on CV’s.
Cases published or under consideration for publication elsewhere or that have been previously presented at SCMR Scientific Sessions will not be accepted.
Cases will initially be posted on the SCMR homepage. Cases will then be available in the archive and for reference.
INFO for AUTHORS--- Please submit cases to email@example.com as a text file without images. Please include a title and list all authors and their institution, town and country. Sections in the text should include: a) Clinical history, b) CMR findings, c) Conclusion, d) Perspective, e) References.
Image submission: Once the text submission has been received by the COTW team, the author will receive an invitation to upload images to CloudCMR (Heart IT). Images should be uploaded in DICOM format (Google Chrome-preferred browser). The published case will include a link to the entire de-identified CMR case in CloudCMR.
HOW TO REFERENCE CASE OF THE WEEK ON YOUR CV:
· Authors name. Title of the case. Webpage corresponding to your case (example for Case 10-12: http://www.scmr.org/caseoftheweek/2010/2182.html) (go into case archive, open your case, copy & paste web address at it appears above). Society for Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance (SCMR) website.
PRIZE, BEST CASE-OF-THE-WEEK:
CURRENT TEAM, CASE-OF-THE-WEEK
Dr. Gianni Quarta (Adult CMR, Italy)
Dr. Adrian Dyer (Congenital/Pediatric CMR, USA)
Dr. Sylvia Chen (Congenital and Adult CMR, Australia)
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for information.
You can also contact the editors directly by looking up their email address in the member’s directory.