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JRCR - Journal of Radiology Case Reports

JRCR - Journal of Radiology Case Reports

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    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.
    www.RadiologyCases.com

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    Above is a case titled "A Case of Absent Pituitary Infundibulum and Ectopic Neurohypophysis in a Heterotaxy Syndrome Patient" your consideration for review would be appreciated. Thanks much.

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    Adil Omer M.D.
    2 days ago

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  • I have just posted an interesting case titled "SYSTEMIC AIR EMBOLISM AFTER PERCUTANEOUS LUNG BIOPSY". I would greatly appreciate your review and feedback for submission for JRCR. Thank you.
    Lucas Fiore, MD

    URL: radiolopolis.com/my-cases/interventional-radiology/…
    2 weeks ago
  • I have just posted an interesting case titled "Mucinous Adenocarcinoma of the Appendix Presenting as a Palpable Right Thigh Mass". I would greatly appreciate your review and feedback for submission for JRCR. Thank you.
    Marci Handler, MD

    [URL]radiolopolis.com/me/my-radiology-cases/abdominal-imaging/…
    2 weeks ago

  • I have recently uploaded an interesting case report titled "Varix from portosystemic shunt presenting as a scrotal mass in a patient with cirrhosis," along with 3 ultrasound and CT images. I would greatly appreciate your consideration and review of the case report for submission to the JRCR. Thank you kindly.

    Regards,

    Michael Pakdaman MD
    4 weeks ago
  • I have recently uploaded an interesting case report titled "Sporadic Hemangioblastoma Arising from the infundibulum," along with 4 images. I would greatly appreciate your consideration and review of the case report for submission to the JRCR. Thank you kindly.

    Regards,

    Michael Pakdaman MD
    4 weeks ago

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  • I have recently uploaded an interesting case report titled "Successful balloon protection technique in retrieving non-deployed IVC filter" along with 4 images. I would greatly appreciate your consideration and review of the case report for submission to the JRCR. Thank you kindly.
    Regards,
    Ben Packard
    2 months ago
  • I have recently updated 3 images taken from a case I wish to submit to the JRCR regarding an unsuspected case of progressive supranuclear palsy with text-book findings on MRI consistant with this condition. I would appreciate your feedback to further progress my case for submission. Thanks and regards

    Dr. Andrei Agius Anastasi M.D., MSc
    3 months ago
    Roland Talanow Case needs to be uploaded with short but pertinent description of findings and what makes it case report worthy (publishable). We will evaluate that information and based on that will decide if accepted for submission or not. This might take a few days. Thank you for considering the JRCR.
    3 months ago
  • JRCR Editorial board and fellow members,
    I had recently uploaded a case report titled "Pleomorphic Adenoma of bilateral submandibular glands with extensive lipometaplasia"
    Kindly please consider my case report and review it for submission.
    Thanks
    4 months ago
    Roland Talanow Please check the discussion under your case submission. There are comments.
    4 months ago

  • JRCR Editorial Board & Fellow Colleagues,
    I recently uploaded an interesting case of a persistent proatlas which presents as duplication of the atlas vertebra. The entity represents an extremely rare dysplasia and was only reported once before by Tsuang et al as a occipitocervical malformation with atlas duplication in 2011. Please be so kind to review and comment...
    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.
www.RadiologyCases.com

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