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JRCR - Journal of Radiology Case Reports

JRCR - Journal of Radiology Case Reports

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  • Hi everybody! Although mentioned for the past history of the patient there is no evidence for "spinal fusion" in the pictures (figures 1 / 2)! X-Ray lateral shows hight reduction of the segment C5...
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  • 66-year-old caucasian male presented with left arm numbness and tingling which started from the neck down and resolved soon after he came to the emergency room. Past medical history was significant...
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  • Dr. Talanow, Thank you! After I posted this, I found the case submission link under "Me" so I uploaded it there. I look forward to your response! Thank you, Rahul Verma
    1 month ago

  • Dr. Verma: Your manuscript will be pre-screened in the following days and you will be notified. Thank you
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  • Hello, I am a Radiology Resident and would like to submit a request to publish a Case report on Tumoral Calcinosis and Systemic Sclerosis. I have read the following:...
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  • The Journal of Radiology Case Reports (JRCR) is a PubMed indexed journal in its 11th issue, dedicated to case reports and review articles focused on medical imaging. Every few years we are...
    3 months ago
  • Dear JRCR editor(s): I am submitting for your preliminary evaluation a case of poorly controlled homocystinuria due to cystathionine β-synthase deficiency in a 2-year-old female, who developed...
    3 months ago
  • For submitting to JRCR, I see that they say to "use the template" when submitting but the template is just a Word document that outlines the format. Do they just mean for me to delete the text for each subheader in that document and put in my own text for the case report? Or is there a different document I'm missing?
    3 months ago
    Roland Talanow "delete the text for each subheader in that document and put in my own text for the case report"
    -> That is correct
    3 months ago
  • Amrit and 12 others have liked JRCR - Journal of Radiology Case Reports Groups

  • Hi,
    I have uploaded a case titled “a new whole body STIR MRI tip in pediatrics: the sock’s sign”.
    I would like to understand if I have the opportunity to submit it to JRCR.
    thank you!
    sincerely
    gm magnano
    4 months ago

Journal of Radiology Case Reports group.
Join this group to discuss JRCR and other publication related issues. Discuss JRCR articles and give suggestions how to further improve this unique kind of interactive Radiology journals.
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