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Mathews Journal of Case Reports

2474-3666

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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

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