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In medicine, a case report is a detailed report of the symptoms, signs, diagnosis, treatment, and follow-up of an individual patient. Case reports may contain a demographic profile of the patient, but usually describe an unusual or novel occurrence.

A case report is a type of anecdotal evidence. As such, it is less scientifically rigorous than controlled clinical data involving a largersample size. Proponents argue that case reports have value within scientific method:

They permit discovery of new diseases and unexpected effects (adverse or beneficial) as well as the study of mechanisms, and they play an important role in medical education. Case reports and series have a high sensitivity for detecting novelty and therefore remain one of the cornerstones of medical progress; they provide many new ideas in medicine.

Whereas randomized clinical trials are usually only inspect one variable or very few variables, rarely reflecting the full picture of a complicated medical situation, the case report can detail many different aspects of the patient’s medical situation (e.g. patient history, physical examination, diagnosis, psychosocial aspects, follow up)

We invite you to learn next case reports. You can find it on http://www.esop.li/casereports.php  In the section “Case Report Manual” there are the description how to create a new case reports. It would be great if you could describe an interesting situation from your job. If you have other case reports do not hesitate to contact with Msc.Ph.Ahmet Sami BOSNAK (eczahmetbosnak@yahoo.com)

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