Archive of Clinical Cases

Archive of Clinical Cases is an open access, peer-reviewed online quarterly journal which aims to become a large collection of original case reports, covering all fields of Clinical Medicine. We consider that healthcare professionals, medical students and researchers need to enrich their knowledge and improve their practice also by accessing information about rare cases, unusual presentations, unusual association of diseases or cases that my uncover new pathogenic mechanisms. We also accept for publication original research articles, reviews and letters to the editor. 

Archive of Clinical Cases understands that sharing medical knowledge is its core-duty. Therefore, we encourage submission of such reports, especially if sustained by relevant images and correlated with reviews of similar cases in literature. Before publication, all submitted articles will be fast, but rigorously, peer-reviewed, in order to select the most useful clinical cases to professionals.




Special Issue

Pediatric Hemato-Oncology

(Vol 5, No 2, June 2018)


Progress in pediatric oncology stands as one of the great success stories of the two past decades in oncology, with a current five-year overall survival rate of 80%. Great advances have been made in the treatment of most childhood cancers. However, clinicians still have to face two major challenges: refractory malignancies and sequelae.

The rarity of childhood cancer, differences in age groups, tumor histology, location and dissemination lead all the more to multiple specific cases which are difficult to report in large series. Moreover, while the world of science has changed significantly, mostly thanks to the development of molecular biology and genetics, patient stratification according to specific biomarkers results in very small groups of patients.

Archive of Clinical Cases provides the opportunity to publish case reports and small series of patients which could not be reported in cancer and pediatric journals because of their rarity, but which are essential for pediatric oncology clinicians who have to face very rare critical situations.

Guest Editor:

Prof. Pascal Chastagner, Chief of Department of Pediatric Hemato-Oncology of CHRU Nancy, Children’s Hospital, Vandoeuvre, France.

Authors are invited to register at:

and submit their papers electronically during the submission period.


Submission period: November 2017 – April 1st 2018

Submission deadline: April 1st 2018

Publication date: June 2018

Vol 4, No 4 (2017)

Table of Contents

Case Reports

Marie-Amelyne Le Rouzic, Julie Valduga, Aurélie Phulpin-Weibel, Ludovic Mansuy, Audrey Contet, Fanny Fouyssac, Imane Athmani, Marie-Agnès Galloy, Michel Wassef, Pascal Chastagner
Arch Clin Cases 2017; 4(4):186-190
Simone D'Adamio, Marina Talamonti, Luca Bianchi, Marco Galluzzo
Arch Clin Cases 2017; 4(4):191-194
Imane Athmani, Marie-Amelyne Le Rouzic, Julie Valduga, Ludovic Mansuy, Audrey Contet, Marie-Agnès Galloy, Fanny Fouyssac, Pascal Chastagner
Arch Clin Cases 2017; 4(4):195-198
Wilma González–Barreto, Gloria M. Rodríguez–Vega, Patricia De Jesús–Umpierre, José R. Rodríguez–Vázquez
Arch Clin Cases 2017; 4(4):199-203
Marie-Amelyne Le Rouzic, Julie Valduga, Ludovic Mansuy, Emmanuelle Schmitt, Olivier Klein, Valérie Bernier, Pascal Chastagner
Arch Clin Cases 2017; 4(4):204-207
Diana Dumitrița Secară, Anca Georgiana Vulpoi, Dan-Iulian Cuciureanu, Bogdan Secară, Alexandru Chiriac, Radu Vulpoi, Tudor Cuciureanu
Arch Clin Cases 2017; 4(4):208-215