A 81-year-old female presented with two weeks of fatigue, dysuria, abdominal pain, and weight loss. Vital signs and physical exam were normal except for abdominal tenderness and dry oral mucosa. Complete Blood Count (CBC) was normal; blood glucose was elevated.
Journal of Clinical Images and Medical Case Reports
(ISSN 2766-7820) Impact Factor: 2.6
NLM/PubMed ID: 9918266187306676
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JCIMCR is delighted to collect Case Reports and Clinical Images across all medical and clinical fields, thereby integrating international medical and clinical knowledge.
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Journal of Clinical Images and Medical Case Reports (ISSN 2766-7820) paves a great platform to access the recent developments of the clinical and medical world and is employed for publishing the varied case reports & clinical images that pertains to many clinical and medical conditions. Journal of Clinical Images and Medical Case Reports(JCIMCR) is an international peer reviewed open access journal focused towards publishing the most complete, reliable source of research information, current developments, and clinically interesting, trainees and researchers in all surgical subspecialties, as well as clinicians in related fields. This journal is internationally peer reviewed and provides major understanding of diagnosis of many diseases, their management and their therapeutic strategies that aims in improving the health outcomes globally. Case reports and clinical images are required altogether areas of medicine and involves research using the human volunteers who are intended to contribute to the clinical and medical knowledge.
Short Name: JCIMCR
NLM Title Abbreviation: J Clin Images Med Case Rep
NLM/PubMed ID: 9918266187306676
Acceptance rate: 55%
Submission to acceptance: 25 days
Acceptance to publication: 10 days
Volume: 4 (2023)
Impact Factor: 2.6
DOI Prefix: 10.52768/2766-7820/
Open Access is the excellent possible path for disseminating information across a global community without any hindrance.
We follow Peer Review system which enhances the quality of article, validates the significance & originality of research.
A 89-year-old man with left basal ganglia internal capsule post limb infarct to our hospital with a history of sputum, fever (37.8oC), dyspnea combined with nasal cannula oxygen therapy, vital signs.
This is a case involving a 27-year-old Filipino female who presented with a chief complaint of progressive weakness in all extremities. The initial assessment of the patient’s clinical history and the neurologic examination revealed the presence of a motor neuron disease.
Patients with antisynthetase antibody syndrome require long-term oral corticosteroids combined with immunosuppressants, which are prone to immune abnormalities and secondary infections. Varicellazoster virus is a neurotropic virus that has long been latent in the posterior root of the spinal cord or the trigeminal ganglion.
Placenta Accreta Spectrum (PAS) is a broad term that includes placenta accreta, placenta increta, and placenta percreta. The major risk factor is a scarred uterus commonly as a result of prior cesarean delivery, myomectomy, or uterine instrumentation. We report a case of placenta increta in the absence of identifiable risk factors.
A 13-year-old female presented to our clinic with a pruritic, progressive, 5 centimeters long cutaneous linear erythema on the left foot. The patient informed us that the lesion appeared progressively 2 weeks before. She spent hours in contact with seawater and sand without protection due to beach holidays.
Cutaneous melanoacanthoma is a rare benign epithelial lesion that typically presents as a solitary black plaque or nodule in elderly people. We present a case in a 90-year-old man with a peculiar lesion on the back with conflicting clinical and dermoscopic characteristics simulating a malignant skin tumor.
Myocarditis can mimic takotsubo cardiomyopathy and via versa. We present a 70-year-old woman with known systemic lupus erythematous who presented to the emergency department twice during the last 2 years with chest pain, dyspnea and transient LV dysfunction. We also discuss the difficulties in differential diagnosis between lupus myocarditis and takotsubo cardiomyopathy.
Esophageal Atresia (EA) is an uncommon but serious surgical emergency that typically presents at birth. It can be managed initially with gastrostomy tube placement and a delayed repair, unlike EA with TEF which is typically corrected in the newborn phase.
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Case reports / Clinical Images can be prospective or retrospective and examine the effects of an intervention in more than one patient. All case reports and clinical Images submitted need to comply with the relevant reporting criteria. It is dedicated to publish case reports, Clinical Images, Editorials, Short Reports etc.,. The following classifications and topics related to it will be considered for publication in the Journal but not limited to the following fields.
- Allergy & Immunology
- Sleep Disorders & Sleep Studies
- Emergency Medicine and Critical
- Forensic and Legal Medicine
- Infectious Disease
- Infertility Case reports
- Neurological Surgery
- Obstetrics and Gynecology
- Pulmonary Disease
- Preventive Medicine
- Respiratory Medicine
- Oral Medicine
- Geriatric Medicine
- Maxillofacial Surgery