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.

 


Vol 5, No 3 (2018): Oncoplastic surgery

Table of Contents

Editorial

Nicolae Ghețu
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Case Reports

Mihaela Năstasă, Vincent Casoli
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Arch Clin Cases 2018; 5(3):66-73
Isabela S Caizer, Vlad A Bloancă, Tiberiu Bratu, Zorin Crăiniceanu
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Arch Clin Cases 2018; 5(3):74-78
Liviu Dumitru Damian, Atena Florina Aanicăi, Alina Chelmuș, Alexandru Mihai, Dan Cristian Moraru, Codrin Nicolae Dobreanu
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Arch Clin Cases 2018; 5(3):79-88
Iuliana Giorgiana Spiridon, Cristina Cozma, Laura Răducu, Cristian Radu Jecan
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Arch Clin Cases 2018; 5(3):89-96
Alina Chelmuș, Liviu Dumitru Damian, Dragoș Pieptu, Codrin Nicolae Dobreanu
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Arch Clin Cases 2018; 5(3):97-103
Viorica Mihaluța, Alina Stoian, Rodica Iordăchescu, Elena Pavlovschi, Adrian Cociug, Eleonora Borș, Snejana Smolenschi, Grigore Verega
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Arch Clin Cases 2018; 5(3):104-108

Reviews

Andreea Grosu-Bularda, Luana Lăzărescu, Alexandru Stoian, Ioan Lascăr
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Arch Clin Cases 2018; 5(3):109-119
Ramona Gabriela Ursu, Luminița Smaranda Iancu
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Arch Clin Cases 2017; 5(3):120-127