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How to write an original article for the Journal of Orthopaedics and Traumatology

By L. Pierannunzii

Abstract

The abstract is the precise summary of the article, not a preface. As Baue wrote in a popular editorial of the Archives of Surgery in 1979, “writing a good abstract is not abstract writing” [6]. The main data have to be represented, as they allow readers to understand contents clearly. Sentences like “The paper reports...” or “The authors describe...” have to be avoided as well as any generic statements

Topics: Editorial
Publisher: Springer Milan
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