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European Journal of Medical Case Reports

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Most Accessed Articles

  1. Successful treatment of DRESS syndrome with plasmapheresis during the course of sero-negative autoimmune encephalitis: a case report
    Amybel Belladonna Taylor, May Lynn Yeap, Peta Sharples, Mohamed Osman Eltahir Babiker
    EJMCR. 2017; 1(2): 86-91
    » Abstract » doi: 10.24911/ejmcr/1/21

  2. Clinico-radiological evaluation of Juvenile Nasopharyngeal Angiofibromas: two case reports
    Bharat Bhushan Sharma, Shweta Sharma, Shashi Sharma, Naveen Bhardwaj, Sakshi Dewan, Mir Rizwan Aziz
    EJMCR. 2017; 1(2): 79-85
    » Abstract » doi: 10.24911/ejmcr/1/20

  3. Linezolid induced optic neuropathy, a serious yet reversible adverse effect: a case report
    Ritesh Kumar Shah, Samir Lamichhane
    EJMCR. 2017; 1(3): 114-121
    » Abstract » doi: 10.24911/ejmcr/1/28

  4. Oral melanosis and severe periodontitis in toombak users: a case report
    Badr Abdullah Al-Tayar, Mon Mon Tin-Oo, Mohd Zulkarnian Sinor, Mohamed Hussein Abdikarim, Mohammed Sultan Al-ak'hali
    EJMCR. 2018; 2(1): 9-11
    » Abstract » doi: 10.24911/ejmcr/1/35

  5. Managing Risk of Reye's Syndrome in Children on Long-Term Aspirin treatment
    Samarth Burle, Vivek Desai
    EJMCR. 2017; 1(2): 106-107
    » Abstract » doi: 10.24911/ejmcr/1/23

Top Downloaded Articles

  1. Successful treatment of DRESS syndrome with plasmapheresis during the course of sero-negative autoimmune encephalitis: a case report
    Amybel Belladonna Taylor, May Lynn Yeap, Peta Sharples, Mohamed Osman Eltahir Babiker
    EJMCR. 2017; 1(2): 86-91
    » Abstract » doi: 10.24911/ejmcr/1/21

  2. Oral melanosis and severe periodontitis in toombak users: a case report
    Badr Abdullah Al-Tayar, Mon Mon Tin-Oo, Mohd Zulkarnian Sinor, Mohamed Hussein Abdikarim, Mohammed Sultan Al-ak'hali
    EJMCR. 2018; 2(1): 9-11
    » Abstract » doi: 10.24911/ejmcr/1/35

  3. Osteochondromyxoma of the nasal cavity: Case report and review of the literature
    Sofia Waissbluth, Matias Winter, Ximena Dreyse, Antonieta Solar, Marcelo Castro, Andres Rosenblut
    EJMCR. 2018; 2(1): 12-15
    » Abstract » doi: 10.24911/ejmcr/1/37

  4. Fredericson Type IIIi medial tibial stress syndrome (Shin Splints): a case report
    Bharat Bhushan Sharma, Naveen Bhardwaj, Sakshi Dewan, Sandeep Sharma, Priya Ramachandran, Hira Lal Kakria, Mir Rizwan Aziz
    EJMCR. 2017; 1(3): 126-130
    » Abstract » doi: 10.24911/ejmcr/1/30

  5. Linezolid induced optic neuropathy, a serious yet reversible adverse effect: a case report
    Ritesh Kumar Shah, Samir Lamichhane
    EJMCR. 2017; 1(3): 114-121
    » Abstract » doi: 10.24911/ejmcr/1/28

Most Cited Articles

  1. Accidental ingestion of the endodontic instrument: a case report
    Muthhin Almuthhin, Abdullah Aljahdali, Mohammad Alzahrani, Bader Alhusain, Yousef Algamdi
    EJMCR. 2017; 1(3): 148-151
    » Abstract » doi: 10.24911/ejmcr/1/27
    Cited : 3 times [Click to see citing articles]

  2. Osteochondromyxoma of the nasal cavity: Case report and review of the literature
    Sofia Waissbluth, Matias Winter, Ximena Dreyse, Antonieta Solar, Marcelo Castro, Andres Rosenblut
    EJMCR. 2018; 2(1): 12-15
    » Abstract » doi: 10.24911/ejmcr/1/37
    Cited : 3 times [Click to see citing articles]

  3. Increased Renal Parenchymal Retention of 99mTc-MDP (Hot Kidneys) in Two Patient of Hepatocellular cancer: One with and other without Osseous Metastases
    Muhammad Shahzad Afzal, Muhammad Babar Imran, Muhammad Saeed Akhtar, Muhammad Iqbal
    EJMCR. 2017; 1(2): 74-78
    » Abstract » doi: 10.24911/ejmcr/1/19
    Cited : 2 times [Click to see citing articles]

  4. Genotype-phenotype variability of DARS mutation - case reports of a trio of siblings
    Min Tsui Ong, Josh Willoughby, Daniel J. A. Connolly, Santosh Mordekar, D. D. D. Study, Diana Johnson
    EJMCR. 2020; 4(4): 110-115
    » Abstract » doi: 10.24911/ejmcr/1731551044010
    Cited : 2 times [Click to see citing articles]

  5. Acute Mononeuropathy as the first presentation of Pediatric Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus: a case report
    Sonal Kapoor, Prem Sundaram, Vaya Tziaferi, Manish Prasad
    EJMCR. 2017; 1(1): 44-46
    » Abstract » doi: 10.24911/ejmcr/1/11
    Cited : 2 times [Click to see citing articles]

Editor

Dr. M B Imran (MBBS, MSc, MS, FRCP, PhD)

Director, PINUM Cancer Hospital, Visiting Professor and a faculty member of PIEAS University and the College of Physicians and Surgeons, Pakistan

Dr. M B Imran, (MBBS, MSc, MS, FRCP, PhD) is an active scientist and practicing physician in nuclear medicine. He is a recipient of Asia Oceania Distinguished Young Investigator's award from Japanese Society Nuclear Medicine. He is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of the European Journal of Medical Case Reports, devoted to publishing case reports from all medical disciplines.

"It gives me great pleasure to be communicating with you all. Indeed as Editor designate, I feel honored to shoulder this important responsibility. I hope with the cooperation of this dynamic group of young researchers the publication of a new online journal will be equally beneficial for practicing physicians and medical researchers. Rome was not built in a day, as they say, so it is planned and hoped that gradual and steady progress will be observed in coming months."

Dr. M B Imran (MBBS, MSc, MS, FRCP, PhD)

Editor

Dr. Jhon F. Martinez-Paredes (MD)

Former Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Mayo Clinic Florida. General Surgery resident, Doctor’s Hospital at Renaissance, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley (UTRGV), Department of Surgery, Edinburg, Texas, USA.

Dr. Jhon Martinez-Paredes is an active scientist and practicing physician with solid research experience. He is a former Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery Department at the Mayo Clinic in Florida and currently a PGY-1 General Surgery Resident at the University of Texas RGV. He has received numerous awards, including the Crawford Research Fellowship in Mayo Clinic Florida for two consecutive years (2019 and 2020), and the Eloy Valenzuela research award in Colombia. He has also participated actively in multiple national and international meetings within the US. His primary interest is to enhance medical education with a research-based approach to improve the quality of life of all patients in the daily practice of Medicine.

Dr. Jhon F. Martinez-Paredes (MD)

Editor

Dr. Heather Kate Moriarty (MB BCh, BAO, MMedSc, MRCPI, FFRRCSI)

Department of Radiology, Alfred Health, Melbourne, Australia, & Monash University, Clayton, Australia

Dr Moriarty is a Diagnostic and Interventional radiologist. Dr Moriarty has a strong academic interest, she has published numerous papers and has given many national and international lectures. She has been awarded a number of prizes including the Interventional Radiology Society of Australasia Research Presentation Prize, and a Gold medal awarded by the Faculty of Radiologists, Royal college of Surgeons of Ireland. She is a passionate educator, and her primary goal is to provide the highest quality of care for her patients.

Dr. Heather Kate Moriarty (MB BCh, BAO, MMedSc, MRCPI, FFRRCSI)
EJMCR featured article

Nasal septal verrucous carcinoma presenting as a cutaneous horn

Verrucous carcinoma can occur in atypical sites and can present as a cutaneous horn, which is rare in a non-sun exposed area. This case also highlights that although cutaneous horns are commonly benign, a diagnosis of malignancy should always be considered. Extrapolating from the results of treatment of verrucous carcinoma in other subsites, the management of verrucous tumors of the nasal cavity should primarily be surgical excision with clear margins, although radiotherapy can be considered in patients who are not amenable to surgery.

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