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Pathophysiology will be discontinued as of 31. December 2019. We would like to express our sincere thanks to the authors, referees, and editors who contributed to the journal over past years. Published papers will remain available on ScienceDirect. Authors of NEW submissions, please see our Journal Finder tool (https://journalfinder.elsevier.com/) to find suggestions for alternative journals matching the topic of your research.
Pathophysiology, the official journal of the International Society for Pathophysiology, is a peer-reviewed international English language journal which addresses the etiology, development, and elimination of pathological processes. Contributions on the basic mechanisms underlying these processes, model systems and interdisciplinary approaches are strongly encouraged. Article types accepted include, but are not limited to, original research articles, reviews and editorials. An international editorial board welcomes contributions covering the following areas:
- General pathophysiological processes: inflammation, infection, hypoxia, stress, shock, pain, disregulation
- Cellular and molecular pathophysiology
- Heart and circulation
- Respiratory system
- Renal, fluid and electrolyte pathophysiology
- Gastrointestinal and hepatic system
- Endocrine system
- Metabolic disorders
- Blood system
- Immune system
- Reproductive system
- Locomotor system
Pathophysiology is published quarterly. The journal is indexed by Scopus and PubMed.
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