International Journal of Medical Case Reports (ISSN- 2455-0574) is open access, peer-reviewed journal. It strives for the publication of high-quality case reports as well as case reviews in the field of medicine. All published papers will be available immediately from the date of publication on the journal’s website. The journal and its editorial board are committed to providing immediate, full, and unconditional access to all its published papers for everyone to read. The journals main aim is to publish original research papers in clinical as well as non-clinical subjects including anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, forensic medicine, microbiology, pathology, pharmacology, medicine including pediatrics, surgery including orthopedics, Obstetrics and Gynecology psychiatry, radiology, dermatology, anesthesiology, ophthalmology, ENT and preventive and social medicine.
International Journal of Medical Case Reports (IJOMCR) not only aims to publish rare case reports but also rare presentations of not so rare cases. It also particularly emphasizes publication of case reviews, conference abstracts, and interesting image-based short articles and brief communication provided that they are beneficial for other medical professionals. Our emphasis is on publications of case reports by residents working as Junior residents as they come across different cases during their residency.
To start with International Journal of Medical Case Reports (IJOMCR)will be published quarterly but sooner than later we strive to publish it every month. Our emphasis is on the quality of papers rather than the number of papers published. This journal strives to comply with requirements as prescribed by International Committee for Medical Journal Editors.
Vol. 5 No. 1 (2024): International Journal Of medical Case Reports
International Journal Of Medical Case Reports is a peer reviewed medical journal publishing rare case reports. We encourage Resident Doctors to report cases which they come across during their residency program. We will publish case reports sent by residents on priority basis with an aim to increase the awareness about medical research among resident doctors.