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As the official journal of the Korean Society of Traumatology, all published materials in Journal of Trauma and Injury (JTI) are owned by the Korean Society of Traumatology. All authors must sign the copyright transfer agreement form upon submission. The papers will not be published until the copyright transfer is complete. Copyright information is indicated on all published papers (HTML and PDF) and on the JTI website.

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JTI is an open access journal distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial License (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0), which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, as long as the original work is properly cited. Thus, author(s) who wish to reproduce tables or figures published in JTI for scholarly and educational purposes do not need to obtain permission. However, proper acknowledgment must be given for the reuse of any borrowed material, by including a footnote on the reproduced table or in the figure legend (e.g., 쏳eprinted from J Trauma Inj Year;Vol:Page, available under the Creative Commons License.) and in the reference list.

Author(s) who wish to reproduce tables ore figures published in JTI for commercial uses must obtain permission from JTI (please refer to Permission request). Commercial use refers to any type of reuse that is intended for commercial gain by the user, their employing institution, or any other third party. Examples of commercial use include, but are not limited to: (1) reuse by a non-author/third party/other publisher of parts of or all of an article or articles in another publication (journal or book) to be sold for commercial purposes; (2) supplying multiple print or electronic copies of items from the journal to third parties on a systematic basis for marketing purposes; and (3) reuse by an author of parts of or all of an article in other publications from commercial organizations.

Licensing information is indicated on all published papers (HTML and PDF) and on the JTI website. All articles are available on the journal셲 website to all users immediately upon publication and at no cost to readers or authors as JTI is a platinum open access journal.

  • Thoraco-laparotomy approach to salvage a life-threatening cardiac box stab injury to the infecrior vena cava in Malaysia: a case report. J Trauma Inj. 2023;36:286-289


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