Director/Clinical Psychologist, Visiting Professor, Hugh Koch Associates, Stockholm University (Sweden),
NLM Unique ID: 101748397
Aims and Scope
Mathews Journal of Case Reports (ISSN 2474-3666) — is an open access journal publishes original studies and reports, which provide significance and board impact on a wider audience. The main scope of the journal is in its primary sections of clinical case reports, medical case reports, cancer case reports, surgery case reports, oncology case reports, neurology case reports, orthopaedics case reports, anaesthesia case reports, ophthalmology case reports, psychiatry case reports, dermatology case reports, endocrinology case reports.
Editors and Editorial Board
Editorial process of case reports journal and decisions on manuscripts submitted to the journal are the responsibility of the Editorial Board and journal staff.
Mathews Journal of Case Reports (MJCR) Print ISSN: 2474-3666 and Online ISSN: 2474-3666 is published Bimonthly, a Volume/year. Mathews Journal of Case Reports is listed in PubMed with NLM Catalog: 101748397
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Published : 28th November 2019
Authors : Chai Zhaohui1#, Tao Ran2#, Tang Lingling2, Zhu Biao2, Cheng Jinlin3, Zheng Jiesheng1*
Citation : Chai ZH. (2019). Paraplegia Caused by Systemic Myopericytomas in an AIDS Patient: A Rare Case. Mathews J Case Rep 4(4): 61.
Published : 15th November 2019
Authors : Yu-Han Hong1#, Guan-Jie Wang1#, Howard Haw-Chang Lan2,3, Shin-Tsu Chang4,5,6*
Citation : Chang ST. (2019). Cauda Equina Compressed by Bratpfannen-Like Vertebra rather than Protruded Disc: An Unusual Radiographic Images in a Lady with Severe Osteoporosis. Mathews J Case Rep 4(4): 60.
Published : 07th October 2019
Authors : Dema Al Zouabi1*, Zaynab Alourfi1,2, Youssef Berro2, Abdul Ghani Al Chalabi1
Citation : Al Zouabi D. (2019). MDCT Angiography Criteria for Arteries Invasion in Patients with Pancreatic Head Carcinoma. Mathews J Case Rep 4(4): 59.
Published : 04th October 2019
Authors : Nermeen Hijazi1, Zaynab Alourfi1,2*
Citation : Alourfi Z. (2019). Prevalence and Factors Associated with Low Bone Mass and Osteoporosis in Syrian Postmenopausal Women. Mathews J Case Rep 4(3): 58.
Published : 20th September 2019
Authors : Ranft SD1*, Parkhutik V1, Röther J2, Kehler U2, Gaebel C1, Eckert B2, Valdueza JM1
Citation : Ranft SD. (2019). Posterior Reversible Encephalopathy Syndrome Possibly Related to Intracranial Hypotension: A Case Report. Mathews J Case Rep 4(3): 57.
Published : 07th August 2019
Authors : Sabbah M, Trad D, Ouakaa A, Bellil N, Gargouri D
Citation : Meriam S. (2019). Metachronic Cerebral Metastasis of Hepatocellular Carcinoma on Cirrhotic Liver . Mathews J Case Rep 4(3): 56.
Published : 06th August 2019
Authors : Sotirios Botaitis, Dimitrios Charalampidis, Sebachedin Perente, Alexandros Polychronidis
Citation : Botaitis S. (2019). Benign Subcutaneous Emphysema of the Upper Extremity after Unsuccessful Venous Catheterization: Report of a Case. Mathews J Case Rep 4(3): 55.
Published : 31st July 2019
Author : Julianna Briglio
Citation : Briglio J. (2019). Atypical Fibroxanthoma in a 35-Year-Old Woman: A Case Study. Mathews J Case Rep 4(2): 53.
Published : 30th July 2019
Authors : Gabrielle Plante, Christine Boutin, Nagib Dahdah
Citation : Dahdah N. (2019). Late Bacterial Endocarditis after Amplatzer Atrial Septal Occluder Without Residual Shunt in a Pediatric Patient. Mathews J Case Rep 4(3): 54.