International Journal of Urologic History

We are currently accepting online submissions via email or dropbox. Authors are asked to submit via email their submission to editor@ijuh.org.

Manuscript Submission

IJUH asks authors to only submit unpublished materials and they work to ensure that their manuscript meets the journal’s formal requirements as concerns presentation, formatting, and other accompanying documentation upon submission. In the event that papers do not fulfill these formal requirements, the editorial staff will “unsubmit” the manuscript. Authors will be asked to either upload files as needed or correct/revise the paper accordingly. Peer review will not commence until all requirements have been met. Please submit via the email portal of the submissions link on the home page.

Cover Letter

A cover letter should state that the article was "unpublished" and be signed by the corresponding author. The cover letter should also contain any other information about the manuscript or the authors that might be pertinent for the review process, including the DOI of the paper if it has been posted on a non-commercial preprint server. Please introduce the original nature of your work and address the following questions:

  • What is the hypothesis of the study?
  • How do these findings relate to the present state of the field?
  • What were the significant and novel findings?


For submission, author should meet authorship criteria defined according to the ICMJE Recommendations for the Conduct, Reporting, Editing, and Publication of Scholarly Work in Medical Journals. Reference.

Manuscript text

Please submit works as a single Word Document in Arial 12 font, Double Spaced, in standard English. The text file should be in .doc, .docx or .rtf format and start with a title page including short title, full list of authors and affiliations, corresponding author name, affiliation, e-mail, and Twitter handles if available, three to five key words, a list of abbreviations used (in alphabetical order), and the appropriate article category. The abbreviations should also be defined the first time they are mentioned in the abstract and text. Tables and Figures should be included at the end of the submitted document. Legends should be placed as a separate page and authors must be sure that the numbering of legends and captions is correct throughout the text. Legend/caption numbering should follow an arabic sequence.


Please make sure that any submitted photographs, artwork, or scanned images are not 'screen shots' but images in jpeg or jpg format of at least 500 kB or 600-1000 dpi otherwise they will not reproduce well. All color figures will be reproduced in full color in the online edition of the journal at no cost to authors.


References should be numbered throughout the text and the reference list at the end of the submission using the following formats:

  • Original articles - Curley J, Costello L. Circumcisions in Persia. Int J Phimosis 2015; 13: 359–386
  • Book references are listed as follows: Sobin LH, Gospodarowicz MK, Wittekind C, eds. TNM classification of malignant tumors, 7th ed. Chichester: Wiley, 2010. 310p
  • Book chapter, the order changes as follows: authors of the chapter, title of the chapter, "In:" editors/authors of the book, title of the book, edition (if there are more than one), volume (if there are more than one), city, publisher, year, and inclusive pages of the chapter: Stilgenbauer S,Lichter P,Döhner H.Genetics of B-Cell Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia. In: Faguet GB. Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia: Molecular Genetics, Biology, Diagnosis, and Management. Heidelberg: Springer 2004:57–75

Letters of Permission

Permission is required from the appropriate investigators when “personal communication” or “unpublished data” is cited in the manuscript, or from another publisher if previously published material has been used in the manuscript. Please indicate whether reproduced works of art or in the "public domain" or their sources and that permission for reproduction was given.

Authorship agreement and conflict of interest disclosure

Upon submission, the journal requires that the corresponding author ensures and takes responsibility that all coauthors agree to the submission to IJUH and agree with the content and presentation of the paper. The corresponding author must also indicate at that time whether any author has a potential conflict of interest as per our policies. A conflict of interest, even if there is none, should also be stated at the end of the paper. Please note that upon acceptance, we require pen-on-paper signatures from all authors on our Author Agreement Form, including disclosure of the conflict of interest as reported in the paper. We do not accept digital signatures.


We invite you to enter your sources of funding as part of the submission procedure using FundRef. By using this tool, standardized meta-data can be generated that helps streamline the processing of accepted articles that need to be deposited in funder databases such as PubMed Central. Furthermore, the funding data can be searched in other standardized databases. Funding and grant sponsors should also be mentioned in a statement at the end of the main text or in the Acknowledgements.

Editor in Chief: John L. Phillips, MD
Journal Design: Akhil A. Saji, MD
DOI: 10.53101
US ISSN: 2769-2183