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Year : 2005  |  Volume : 21  |  Issue : 1  |  Page : 3


Department of Urology,Christian Medical College,Vellore - 632 004, India

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Nitin S Kekre
Department of Urology,Christian Medical College,Vellore - 632 004
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DOI: 10.4103/0970-1591.19540

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Kekre NS. Editorial. Indian J Urol 2005;21:3

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''A journey of a thousand mile begins with a single step''

I am very happy to bring out the June 2005 issue which was long over due. I don't want to delve on the past but would prefer to focus on future and hope that the journal would move with time. I am sure that the readers would have noticed a significant change in the layout of the journal and it would be my endeavor to see it will not remain restricted to the exteriors but overall improve the quality of the journal.

The most significant step as far as I am concerned is the involvement of a professional publishing house - Medknow Publications. Journal will be available on line and provide immediate full text access to its articles from the website In addition all the important functions like submission of articles, peer review, follow-up of your articles etc will be on line This will avoid postal delay, loss of manuscripts and shorten publication time. I am planning to introduce few new columns like evidence based urology, uro-radiology page, uroscan and pearls of wisdom. They will be focusing on the contemporary issues in urology. I also plan to bring out short symposiums on important topics with an idea to provide comprehensive update.

I would like to focus on important urological issues which will be relevant to the Asian Sub-continent. This issue of June 2005 focuses on an important clinical problem of chyluria. I am thankful to Professor Anant Kumar and his team for accepting the responsibility of bringing out a comprehensive update on chyluria.

I would like to thank previous editors of the journal for their hard work and continued guidance.

I would like to wish all a very happy new year and look forward to a new and exciting year ahead for IJU.


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