Journal of Renal Surgery

Journal of Renal Surgery

About Journal


Journal of Renal Surgery is an open access, peer reviewed journal that publishes novel surgical insights in treating various medical conditions of kidney and renal dysfunction. Surgery remains to be the chief treatment for most types of kidney cancers. The surgeons focus upon the specialty of medicine and pediatrics that apprehends itself with the surgeries of defective kidney function, other kidney problems, the treatment of kidney problems and renal replacement therapies such as dialysis and kidney transplantation.

The journal is ardent to publish a wide range of manuscript types that focus upon all kinds of surgeries involving kidney and renal functionality such as original, reviews, rapid communications, case reports, clinical images, perspectives, opinions and other short articles.

All published manuscripts undergo thorough evaluation under the world class nephrologists and experienced surgeons to ensure the scientific validity and clinical importance of the study.


Editorial Board



Dr. John A St Cyr

Chief
Regulatory & Clinical Research Institute
Minneapolis, MN
Unites States of America
Tel: 763-767-5325


Dr. Armin Pycha

Chairman
Department of Urology
Sigmund Freud University Medical School
Austria
Tel: 003-904-719-086-86


Dr. Saeid Mordechai Nosrati

Associate Professor
Department of Medicine
University of Southern California
United States of America
Tel: 213-804-5096


Dr. Mony Fraer

Associate Professor
University of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics
Iowa City
United States of America
Tel: 319-353-7093


Prof. Emil Ceban

Professor
Department of Urology and Surgical Nephrology
State University of Medicine and Pharmacy
Moldova
Tel: +373-691-297-66


Dr. Yuanyuan Zhang

Tissue Therapy Director
Wake Forest University
Institute for Regenerative Medicine
United States of America
Tel: 336-713-1189


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Latest Articles

Original Article

Nephron Sparing Surgery: A Run after a Chimera?

To compare the long-term oncological and functional outcome as well as the surgical complications of nephron sparing surgery (NSS) versus radical neph... Read more

10.36959/816/696