A 53-y old lady with chronic pancreatitis underwent a Frey’s procedure and Lateral Pancreaticojejunostomy (LPJ) in 2016. However, four years after the surgery, she developed a lower Common Bile Duct (CBD) stricture and was on endotherapy for the same, with currently four plastic stents in situ.
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 29-year-old woman with no known medical history presented with a one-year-old pathological fracture of her left femur following a trivial fall at her residence. Initially treated with an intramedullary nail, she complained of difficulty in walking and multiple bony aches.
In this article, we aim to report a patient whom initially presented with initial symptoms suggestive of an underlying immunodeficiency, but diagnostic workups lead us towards suspecting an underlying hemato-oncologic disorder.
A 60-year-old woman with a long history of Crohn‘s disease and rheumatoid arthritis was admitted to the emergency department due to progressive severe cramping with abdominal pain (right upper quadrant), subfebrile temperature, and obstipation since 3 weeks.
58-year-old woman presented to the hospital with sudden onset right sided abdominal and chest pain. Coronary angiogram demonstrated calcified aneurysms (yellow arrows) at the bifurcation left main which were in communication with one another (green arrow).
Introduction: Although large randomized trials have not shown significant benefit of renal artery stent placement, stents continue to be placed in patients with Renal Artery Stenosis (RAS). These intravascular foreign bodies can cause cytokine expression that might result in longterm harm. We evaluated the possibility that they could have adverse effects that were both temporally and spatially distant from their insertion.
Pyoderma Gangrenosum (PG) is a very uncommon neutrophilic dermatosis that is not contagious. According to the clinical definition, it begins clinically as sterile pustules that quickly advance into painful ulcers of varying depth and size with weakened violaceous margins.
Moyamoya syndrome is a type of progressive cerebro vascular disorder characterised by progressive narrowing of arteries of the circle of Willis. Arteries get clogged because of growth of prominent small vessel due to which blood supply to the brain is reduced . A 31 years old male was a pre-diagnosed case of Moyamoya Disorder (MMD) with hemiplegia of right side.
This retrospective study compared different reconstructive strategies for through-and-through cheek defects arising from radical resection of buccal squamous cell carcinoma. Based on clinical data collected from March 2016 to September 2021, the study included 96 patients with buccal squamous cell carcinoma that underwent radical resections and subsequent reconstructions.
Cerebral vasospasm is a well-known phenomenon following aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage and trauma. While cerebral vasospasm is observed following skull base tumor surgery, it remains a rare phenomenon and is a major cause of neurologic morbidity and mortality [1,2].
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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