Muscles, Ligaments and Tendons Journal Review


Muscles, Ligaments and Tendons Journal (MLTJ), covers various topics in medicine. Articles on MRI scans, therapy, and reconstructions are part of this journal. It is designed to allow those studying sports medicine to gather a better understanding of the functions of the muscles. It is peer reviewed with articles that provide researchers with a more in-depth analysis of these topics. There are other interesting topics such as: instrumental musicians and posture issues, analysis of fatigue resistance for rotator muscles for ball players, and in vitro studies.


This journal is published quarterly. It is an open-access online journal. Published by Edizioni Internazionali, it has been around since January,  2011. This open access journal allows for online submissions to the journal, as well as detailed information on an Editorial board. The latest issue is available by going to the library’s A-Z Journal list and typing in “MLTJ” into the search box. Back issues are also available.

Originally posted in the Freeman/Lozier Library’s quarterly newsletter, More Than BooksV. 22 No. 3, Summer 2019.


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