How to write a case report: lessons from 1600 B.C

Al-Awqati, Qais
June 2006
Kidney International;Jun2006, Vol. 69 Issue 12, p2113
Academic Journal
The article presents an introduction to the format of the case reports presented in this issue of the periodical "Kidney International" that bears similarity to the organization of case reports from the ancient physicians and surgeons of Egypt as described in the Edwin Smith papyrus.


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