Clinical and Case Reports

Clinical Case Studies and Reports focus on the study of a single condition or a collection of linked disorders, as well as the critical analysis of such disorders. Because the study may be lengthy, several phases and changes can be described and documented. If these Clinical Case Studies and Reports were properly documented, researchers, doctors, and students would be able to investigate these fascinating cases and assess how the therapy was applied theoretically.

An exhaustive account of a patient's symptoms, signs, diagnosis, therapy, and follow-up is called a case report in medicine. Case reports may include a patient's demographic information, even though they often cover an unique or original incidence. Some case reports may contain a review of related literature regarding previously reported cases.

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