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Starting from the 3rd of October 2023, the journal is moved to a new platform (Elsevier/Digital Commons). From Now on, you are kindly requested to send your manuscripts to the new editorial management system on the DC platform: https://www2.cloud.editorialmanager.com/mvmj/default2.aspx
Mansoura Veterinary Medical Journal is an international peer-reviewed journal published by the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine at Mansoura University. The mission of this journal is to provide a vehicle for authors looking to publish good quality research in both basic and clinical veterinary medical sciences, especially the diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of medical conditions of domestic, companion, and farm animals. The journal is dedicated to publishing original articles, review articles, short communications, and case reports. Mansoura Veterinary Medical journal (Mansoura Vet Med J) is published in English Quarterly on an Open Access model. Users have the right to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of articles under the following conditions: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/. The Publication Ethics of the journal follows the guidelines of the Committee On Publication Ethics (COPE) to keep a high standard of review.

  • Format: Print & Online
  • ISSN: Print ISSN 1110-7219; Online ISSN 2682-2512
  • Frequency: Quarterly
  • Publication Dates: March, June, September, and December.
  • Publishing Model: Open Access
  • Advance Access: Yes
  • Publication fee: 1200 L.E. For Egyptian Authors and $120 for non-Egyptian Authors. Payment details can be found here
  • Language: English
  • Scope: Please check
  • Type of Journal: Veterinary Miscellaneous
  • Policy: Peer-reviewed
  • Decision time: 8 weeks
  • Acceptance rate: 60 %.
  • Contact e-mails: Editor: khodery@mans.edueg; editorial office: emanzahran@mans.edu.eg
Current Issue: Volume 24, Issue 2, June 2023 

First Rabbit Haemorrhagic Disease outbreak in Nigeria: Implications for the growing rabbit production industry

Pages 22-28

Oluwafemi Babatunde Daodu; Oladapo Oyedeji Oludairo; Olatunde Babatunde Akanbi; Isaac Dayo Olorunshola; Oluwakemi Christiana Daodu; Julius Olaniyi Aiyedun; Clement Adebanjo Meseko; Daniel Oladimeji Oluwayelu

Shigatoxin producing Escherichia coli in camel meat marketed in Behaira Governorate, Egypt.

Pages 35-41

Yasmine Abd Elrazik Ibrahim; Khalid Ibrahim Sallam; Hanan A. zaher; Mohamed Elgazar

A descriptive study of the Female kestrel in northeast of Libya

Pages 42-45

Alia Alia Al-Mabroukslaiman1; Tarek Alteif; Salem Amaizik; Fares Aboushnaf