WJES and case reports/case series

Ansaloni, Luca; Catena, Fausto; Moore, Ernest E.
January 2007
World Journal of Emergency Surgery;2007, Vol. 2, p11
Academic Journal
The authors reflect on case reports (CR) in the journal "World Journal of Emergency Surgery." They discuss that CR comprises the collections of reports concerning on the diagnosis and treatment of patients wherein 39.2% of all articles submitted are CR. They emphasize the importance of evidence based medicine and the guidelines for the publication of CR. Furthermore, they also presented the criteria and format in publishing and writing CR.


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