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A guide to writing and using case reports

A thematic series published in Journal of Medical Case Reports.

A valuable resource for clinicians in the form of a special series of editorials, which comprise a guide to writing and using case reports.

Another important publication in the journal for reference when writing and using case reports is, “A guide to writing case reports for the Journal of Medical Case Reports and BioMed Central Research Notes”, which was published in 2013 and written by Richard Rison.

  1. Editorial

    How to apply clinical cases and medical literature in the framework of a modified “failure mode and effects analysis” as a clinical reasoning tool – an illustration using the human biliary system

    Clinicians use various clinical reasoning tools such as Ishikawa diagram to enhance their clinical experience and reasoning skills. Failure mode and effects analysis, which is an engineering methodology in ori...

    Kam Cheong Wong

    Journal of Medical Case Reports 2016 10:85

    Published on: 6 April 2016

  2. Editorial

    How to write a neurology case report

    Neurology case reports have a long history of transmitting important medical information across many generations for the improvement of patient care. Case reports contribute much to the physician’s knowledge b...

    Richard A. Rison

    Journal of Medical Case Reports 2016 10:91

    Published on: 6 April 2016

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