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Sang Thrombose Vaisseaux

Sang Thrombose Vaisseaux

Straddling the crossroads where many disciplines meet, STV takes a new look at vascular and thrombotic diseases and provides every reader with an essential supplement to his or her speciality.
STV, which brings together the most up-to-date concepts in biology and clinical subjects, plays a special role in training and informing practitioners in all the relevant fields.
The online version of Sang Thrombose Vaisseaux is available. All articles published since 1997 can now be accessed online. Recent articles are available by pay per view or by subscription while older ones have free access.


Editorial policy

Here you will find all John Libbey Eurotext (JLE) policies regarding publication in our journals. JLE journals follow the recommendations of the ICMJE (International Committee of Medical Journal Editors). These guidelines are the reference for best practices and ethical standards for the conduct and presentation of research and other information published in medical journals.


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Instructions aux auteurs

Instruction to authors


The journal "Sang Thrombose Vaisseaux" (STV) is a peer-reviewed journal intended for hospital and non-hospital specialists in thrombosis, heart and vessel diseases (cardiologists, neurologists, cardiac and vascular surgeons, angiologists and phlebologists, hematologists, anesthesiologists, etc.), interns in the specialties concerned, students of vascular pathology certificates, and interested general practitioners.
Knowledge and concepts in biology, diagnosis and therapy are evolving very rapidly in the field of arterial and venous thrombosis. The interactivity of the content (the blood) and the container (the vessels) is today an obvious fact.

STV publishes permanent sections in French: mini-reviews, editorials, images in cardiovascular medicine, clinical cases, national recommendations and news on thrombosis and vascular diseases. We ask authors to respect the writing requirements presentation of the articles, which must provide up-to-date, multidisciplinary information that respects the rules of scientific ethics. STV also publishes temporary columns (series in the same format on the same topic): rare vascular diseases, statistics, probe echoes, my technique for... During the period of activity of these columns, original contributions in the same format can be proposed.




•        The main author is the one who has made a substantial contribution to the conception and writing of the manuscript. In the event that some of the illustrations are made by third parties, whether they have already been published or not, he/she undertakes to provide with the manuscript all the necessary authorizations for their integration in his/her article. These authorizations are generally delivered via the website (see the "Get permission" button available for each article). They may be subject to a fee, always at the author's expense.

By submitting the article, the author assures the STV editorial staff that all measures have been taken during the collection of experimental and clinical data in order to comply with legal obligations and the Helsinki Charter (in particular, he/she undertakes to have obtained the informed consent of the patient). When the time comes, the main author signs and returns the copyright assignment.


•         Conflicts of interest: all authors undertake to inform the STV editorial staff of any conflicts of interest they may have. A declaration of interests will be sent to them at the same time as the proofs, in which they will be asked to mention any financial interests, clinical trials, specific interventions or family relationships likely to influence their professional judgments




Manuscripts can be sent by e-mail, in Word format for the text and Powerpoint, JPEG, TIFF or PDF format for the figures (minimum resolution 300 dpi for the photos).
Manuscripts should be presented in the following manner: double-spaced, 60 signs per line, 25 lines per page.

•         Title: The title should be short and informative. It should be accompanied by a translation into English.

•          References: References should be listed in the order in which they appear in the text and referred to in the text by their number in square brackets [1, 2, 6-9].


References should indicate, in order:

           For journal articles: Names of authors followed by initials of their first names. Title of the article (in the original language). Name of the journal abbreviated according to Index Medicus style (no punctuation after abbreviations) year; volume: first and last page of the article:

Wald DS, Morris JK, Wald NJ, et al. Randomized trial of preventive angioplasty in myocardial infarction. N Engl J Med 2013 ; 369 : 1115-23.

           For book articles: same author presentation. Title of article (in original language). In: initials and names of "editors". Title of the book. City: name of the publisher, year of publication: first and last page of the article:

Larroque P, Clément R, Chanudet X, Garcin JM. Syndrome des loges. In : Rouffy J, Natali J, eds. Artériopathies périphériques non athéromateuses. Paris : Masson, 1991.

            For books: Same presentation of the authors. Title of the book. City: name of publisher, year of publication: page number:

Brenner BM, Laragh JH, eds. Hypertension, pathophysiology, diagnosis and management. New York: Raven Press, 1990.

            Illustrations: Illustrations should be provided on separate pages, numbered in order of appearance in the text and accompanied by captions. Their place of insertion in the text should be indicated on the manuscript (Figure 1).

            Abbreviations: As STV is a multidisciplinary journal, authors should avoid abbreviations. Any acronym or abbreviation must be explained at its first appearance in the text.



            The editorials should review a topic and put the articles on that topic into critical perspective. Editorials should not exceed 6 typed pages with a maximum of 10 bibliographic references (double-spaced, 60 characters per line, 25 lines per page, on one side only).
            The purpose of the mini-reviews is to present an update of knowledge, to highlight recent acquisitions, to emphasize the relationship between progress in biology and progress in medicine, and to draw attention to unresolved issues.
1) Mini-reviews should not exceed 15 typed pages (including references, diagrams, tables and their legends).
2) Each article must include abstracts in French and in English, of no more than 20 lines each.
3) The bibliography should not be exhaustive, but selective: maximum 30 references.
4) The headings should be short and the article should not have more than 4 levels of headings.
            The images in cardiovascular medicine report a short observation of quality but are focused on the iconography. Histological, microscopic, clinical, epidemiological, of particular interest, they are composed of a typed page, 3 bibliographical references, and one or two figures accompanied by a legend.
            The clinical cases report one or a few observations of observational quality. The introduction explains why this observation is exceptional. If possible, it should be accompanied by an explicit iconography with a legend. They are composed of one to five typed pages, an abstract in French and English, and less than 10 bibliographic references.
           News items may report on an important event of a congress, analyze a recent and important article of the international literature or an explanatory note. They should not exceed 2 typed pages and 3 bibliographic references.

Manuscripts should be sent to:

Ludovic Drouet

Jean-Michel Juliard

Jean-Marc Pernès

The acceptance or rejection of the submitted text will take place at the end of the evaluation by the experts (peer review) and will be communicated by the editorial staff within a period not exceeding 10 weeks after submission. No rejected manuscript will be returned to the author.
We thank the authors for their contribution to the journal.