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Mathews Journal of Case Reports

2474-3666

NLM Unique ID: 101748397

Mathews Journal of Case Reports (MJCR; ISSN 2474-3666) is a scholarly journal that publishes on a wider range of clinical and medical topics. Launched in an open-access format, this journal aims to improve health outcomes on a global scale and facilitate sharing of clinical and medical information in the form of case reports to convey best practices in clinical research to medical professionals and researchers alike; the advantage of case reports is that the audience learns from real cases, whereby the findings can be leveraged/extrapolated to real-world cases.

MJCR is a key educational resource that offers a high volume of peer-reviewed case reports in all disciplines and ensures that healthcare professionals and researchers can easily find clinically relevant information on common as well as rare conditions.

MJCR welcomes case reports, procedural videos, and clinical images in all areas of clinical and medical research, including medicine, nursing, surgery, endocrinology, oncology, dermatology, neurology, nephrology, cardiology, dentistry, psychology, psychiatry, orthopaedics, ophthalmology, anaesthesia, medical ethics, and veterinary science. The journal publishes cases that are worthy of discussion, especially those pertaining to decision making, disease management, differential diagnosis, drafting of clinical guidelines, and pathology.

Why publish with us?

High Visibility: 
MJCR is a firm believer in the open-access movement and in ensuring that the published articles are provided a global audience.
Promotion in Social Media: MJCR very aggressively promotes the published articles on social media platforms to ensure higher visiblity.
Rigorous peer review: Every manuscript submitted undergoes a thorough and rigorous double-blind peer-review. This process eliminates subjective judgments and bias from the decision making process.

We welcome all types of articles related to Case Reports. For submission assistance reach [email protected] Please follow the Author Guidelines.

If you are not sure whether your work is suitable for this journal, please email us at [email protected] or call us at +1-606-405–6566

Recently Published Articles
Case Report

COVID-19 and Sudden Cardiac Death in a Young Man with Myasthenia Gravis

Published : 01st July 2021
Authors : Maysa Ghayyem1, Sara Haseli1, Shekoofeh Yaghmaei2*
Citation : Maysa Ghayyem, Sara Haseli, Shekoofeh Yaghmaei. (2021). COVID-19 and Sudden Cardiac Death in a Young Man with Myasthenia Gravis. Mathews J Case Rep. 6(2):68.

Case Report

A Rare Case of Peliosis Hepatis in Infancy

Published : 28th January 2021
Authors : Siromahov M1, N Rasheva1, M Georgieva1, V Kaleva2, Hr Hristosova2, P Drenakova3, I Krasnaliev4, B Balev5
Citation : Siromahov M, et al. (2021). A Rare Case of Peliosis Hepatis in Infancy. Mathews J Case Rep. (6)1:67.

Case Report

Secondary Nasolacrimalduct Obstruction Causing Persisting Epiphora

Published : 25th January 2021
Author : Kasim Aljanabi
Citation : Aljanabi K. (2021). Secondary nasolacrimalduct obstruction causing persisting epiphora. Mathews J Case Rep. (6)1:66.

Research Article

Endoscopic Keyhole and Microsurgery Approach to Cerebellopontine angle Tumors: Surgical outcomes

Published : 27th December 2020
Authors : Orestes López Piloto*, Tania Margarita Cruz Hernández, Gabriela Tania Liñán Barreto, Claudia Díaz Villalvilla Flores, Orestes López Ayala, Ernesto Torres Garcia
Citation : Piloto OL, et al. (2020). Endoscopic Keyhole and Microsurgery Approach to Cerebellopontine angle Tumors: Surgical outcomes. Mathews J Case Rep. (5)2:65.

Case Report

Endobronchial Leiomyoma – When CT Demonstrates the Tumor: A Radio-Pathological Correlation

Published : 03rd December 2020
Authors : Diana Penha1,2*, Khoren Abelian1, Gregory Cross3, Erique Pinto2, Edson Marchiori4
Citation : Penha D, et al. (2020). Endobronchial Leiomyoma – When CT Demonstrates the Tumor: A Radio-Pathological Correlation. Mathews J Case
Rep. (5)1:64.

Case Report

Delayed Appearance of Klein-Levin Syndrome Caused by Traumatic Brain Injury: A Case Report

Published : 20th October 2020
Authors : Ali Javadpour1, Shekoofeh Yaghmaei2*, Nejla Mostafeenezhad1, Nima Derakhshan3,  Peter Schofield4
Citation : Javadpour A. (2020). Delayed appearance of Klein-Levin Syndrome caused by traumatic brain injury: A case report. 1 Mathews J Case Rep. (5)1:63

Editor In Chief
Hugh Koch
Hugh Koch

Director/Clinical Psychologist, Visiting Professor, Hugh Koch Associates, Stockholm University (Sweden),
UK

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