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Experimenting Critically, Presenting Logically
Peer reviewed journals are among the most valuable sources of reliable and up-to-date information for practicing physicians, researchers, and the medical community. As these journals become oversaturated with more submissions than they can publish, rejection rates increase and the criteria for acceptance become more and more stringent. However, lower acceptance rates have been found to be associated with higher quality publications. Authors should compose their valuable subject matter concisely and convey this information logically. They should also remember that a manuscript of little importance to one journal might be of great importance to another.
MATERIALS AND METHODS
Authors should also make sure that the manuscript follows the journal′s guidelines for authors, which may include manuscript writing style and section formatting, among others.  By using a consistent writing style, the authors will effectively convey the study to the journal′s audience.  The references in the bibliography should be presented by using the standard formatting guidelines of the journal.  Commonly abbreviated terms should be written out with the abbreviation in parenthesis when first used - all usage thereafter should be in the abbreviated form. 
The use of common terminology is essential for the universal understanding of the author′s work.  Latin is commonly used to describe many procedures and conditions involved to the study unless other names are in widespread use. 
Upon completion, but before submission to the selected journal, the manuscript should be submitted to a non-affiliated colleague, or even a few, for review. Their feedback should be appreciated whether it was positive or negative and relevant changes should be made to the manuscript as per the suggestions of the reviewer(s). However, some feedback should be taken with a grain of salt.
As a new and original work that deals with timely issues of lasting value, the manuscript body should be logical and concise to effectively convey the objectives, results, and conclusions of the study. The subject of the study should be discussed completely; while organization of the manuscript with the inclusion of supportive figures and tables is commonly considered to be crucial for understandability.
This paper was written based on my experience and observations as the Language Editor at the Central European Journal of Urology.
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