About Journal

Introduction

Case Reports are scientific documentation of divergent genre of aspects such as detailed report of a patient, unexpected association between diseases or symptoms, unexpected event in the course of observing or treating a patient and literature review of other reported cases. Case reports epitomize important study designs in advancing medical scientific knowledge especially of rare diseases.

Archives of Case Reports is a nexus of high-impact and painstakingly peer-reviewed case reports representing naturalistic and experimental compendium of a unique illness, symptoms, diagnostic studies, treatment course and the outcome of such treatment.

In order to play a significant role in advancements of knowledge, Archives of Case Reports seeks to publish the reports on novel discoveries and major advancements in medical science.

Reasons for Publishing

Case Reports present clinical observations customarily collected in healthcare delivery settings. They have proved helpful in the identification of adverse and beneficial effects of treatments, the recognition of new diseases, unusual forms of common diseases and the presentation of rare diseases.

Therefore, Archives of Case Reports organized to publish reports generating hypotheses for future clinical studies and guiding individualization and personalization of treatments in clinical practice.

Archives of Case Reports seeks to publish reports enhancing case-based learning in healthcare education and facilitating a comparison of healthcare education and delivery across cultures.