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.

Journal Name: Journal of Clinical Images and Medical Case Reports
Short Name: JCIMCR
NLM Title Abbreviation: J Clin Images Med Case Rep
ISSN: 2766-7820
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/

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Editorial Board

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Latest Articles

A case of acquired coagulation factor XIII deficiency induced by inhibitor

Factor XIII (FXIII) is a plasma proenzym, which stabilizers fibrin clots and plays key role in hemostasis. Here we report a case of acquired FXIII deficiency caused by FXIII inhibitor, which is rare and pathogenisis is still unknown. Experience of treatment is limited to data from case reports. Immunosuppressive drugs may be used to reduce the inhibitors and may have been of benefit in this patient.


Esophageal ulcer following cryoablation for atrial fibrillation

Atrial fibrillation is a common arrythmia. Treatment is multi-modal including medical management and more aggressive treatment including surgery and radiofrequency ablation. We report here a case of a 55 year old man who developed an esophageal ulcer related to treatment of atrial fibrillation by cryoablation.


Myxedema coma with pancytopenia and cardiac dysfunction in young male

Myxoedema coma is a critical and potentially fatal condition occurring in untreated or undetected hypothyroidism. It is characterized by systemic organ failure and deteriorating cognitive function. This report outlines a case involving a young male presenting with disturbed consciousness, lowered body temperature, and slow heart rate.


Lactic acidosis in a patient treated with metformin

Metformin is widely recognized as the first-line therapy for type 2 diabetes due to its low cost, safety profile, and potential cardiovascular benefits. However, complications of its use may occur in daily clinical practice, including lactic acidosis, which, although rare, is characterized by relatively high mortality.


Pigmentary complications of chemotherapy for metastatic melanoma

Induction of multiple eruptive cutaneous nevi has been frequently reported in children with hematologic malignancies and chemotherapy-induced immunosuppression. This is the first report of an adult female patient developing multiple eruptive melanocytic skin lesions while undergoing chemotherapy for metastatic melanoma.


Treating peritoneal dialysis catheter exit-site granulomas with plasma radiofrequency

Silver nitrate cauterization is the conventional treatment for peritoneal dialysis catheter exit-site granulomas. Plasma-Ion Pen is a new technique that takes advantage of Plasma radiofrequency ablation and consists of generating plasma energy through the production of ionized energy. These devices are currently very popular on the market at a very low price.


Fertility preservation of infected postpartum uterine dehiscence following cesarean section at Abdulla Mzee Hospital, Tanzania

Cesarean section is a crucial part of birth care that may save lives, but it can also perform unintended consequences, they include sepsis, hematoma, uterine dehiscence, and post-cesarean wound infection. These consequences can be diagnosis by radiological examinations such as Computed Tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging and ultrasonography.


Unilateral vertebral artery hypoplasia: Radiological image

The vertebral arteries are the main source of blood supply to the structures within the posterior fossa. Vertebral Artery Hypoplasia (VAH) is defined as a condition where there is a difference of more than 2 mm in the diameter of the vertebral arteries at the V4 segment [1]. The concept of regional hypoperfusion is associated with unilateral VAH and posterior circulation stroke [2].


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International Reach & Wider Visibility

Journal of Case Reports and Medical Images follows open access policy that allows the published articles in the journal reaches round the globe.

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Journal Scope

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
  • Diabetology
  • Hematology
  • Neurology
  • Oncology
  • Dentistry
  • Surgery
  • Cardiology
  • Sleep Disorders & Sleep Studies
  • Anesthesiology
  • Emergency Medicine and Critical
  • Forensic and Legal Medicine
  • Infectious Disease
  • Infertility Case reports
  • Neurological Surgery
  • Obstetrics and Gynecology
  • Pulmonary Disease
  • Preventive Medicine
  • Respiratory Medicine
  • Urology
  • Oral Medicine
  • ENT
  • Geriatric Medicine
  • Maxillofacial Surgery