Medical Case studies are analyses of persons, diseases, decisions, periods, projects, or other systems that are studied concerning with complete systems rather than with individual parts by step by step method. The case that is the concept of the inquiry that provides an analytical frame of an object within which the study is conducted. The journal of Clinical and Medical Case studies deals with publishing scientific information on Case studies and reports.
At the outset, clinical case studies focus on the attention of the investigators since they are differ from person to person and provide interesting treatment approaches for various disease. As the personalized medicine grows, clinicians and medical doctors are interested in clinical case presentations; each case present provides new insights in diagnosis and treatment procedures.
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