Aims and Scope


Annals of Atherosclerosis Research journal is completely dedicated to publish the highest quality scholarly papers related to Cardiology, Angiology, Hematology, Inflammation, Cholesterol, Blood cells, Stroke, Cardiovascular diseases associated with atherosclerosis and their treatment procedures restriction free which gives accurate information and makes human life more efficient with awareness.
Atherosclerosis is a medical condition which starts when the endothelium becomes damaged which allows the bad cholesterol to build up in the artery walls. Atherosclerosis is a condition of narrowing of arteries due to plague formed on the artery walls. This Atherosclerosis journals concentrates and deals with all the factors of Atherosclerosis, and on pathogenesis, ecological, genetic and epigenetic basis, diagnosis of atherosclerosis and its related diseases as well as their risk factors. Atherosclerosis Open access peer reviewed journals plays a major role in showcasing the research globally, which in turn helps in further research development in the field.
Annals of Atherosclerosis Research is also one of the open access science journals which publishes original research, reviews, case reports, mini-reviews, short communications, editorials, letters, clinical images, commentaries, surgical techniques etc. related to the field. The journal also focuses on thematic issues/Special Issues on trending topics within and related to the field of Atherosclerosis Research and Medicine. The special issue considers new, relevant, qualitative and the most recent research in the field which aids in enhancement of atherosclerosis journal impact factor. Readership for the journal include cardiologists, cardiovascular surgeons, clinicians, libraries, educational institutions, research centers, industries, research scholars, students, academicians and common population.


  • Atheromatous
  • Atherosclerosis
  • Cholesterol
  • Homocysteine
  • Hyperglycemia
  • Inflammation
  • Low-density lipoprotein
  • Nodular accumulation
  • Thromboembolism
  • Vascular disease

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