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The Journal of Trauma and Injury (J Trauma Inj, JTI) is an official publication of the Korean Society of Traumatology and an international, peer-reviewed open access journal.

This journal aims to contribute to saving lives of patients who underwent traumatic events through active communication and exchange of study information on trauma and provision of education and training on trauma. Thus, the journal publishes original basic and clinical research on trauma-associated medical fields, such as surgeries (which include general surgery, chest surgery, orthopedic surgery, neurosurgery, plastic surgery, and head and neck surgery), gynecology and ophthalmology, emergency medicine, anesthesiology, neuro-psychiatrics, rehabilitation medicine, and radiology (which include interventional radiology). Due to the special circumstances Korea is under with North Korea, JTI also publishes basic and clinical research on battlefield trauma unique in Korea and has established ties with the Armed Forces Medical Command and Armed Forces Capital Hospital. Furthermore, this journal includes all items closely associated with medicine, disaster and department of emergency, emergency medical technicians and nurses, social infrastructures and systems, and government policies and supports.

JTI was launched in June 1988 with publications in the Korean and English languages and was eventually converted to an English-only journal. The journal publishes original articles, case reports/case series, review articles, editorials, correspondence, and articles commissioned by the Editorial Board, related to basic or clinical research on trauma.

  • Dual repair of traumatic flank hernia using laparoscopic and open approaches: a case report. J Trauma Inj. 2022;35:46-50


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