Juniper Online Journal of Case Studies

Journal of Case reports is an international, peer reviewed open access journal, focussed on bringing out premium quality case reports in all areas of basic medical sciences and clinical specialities. ‘JOJCS’ aims to serve as a repository of medical case reports that can go a long way in enriching the professional knowledge of medical practitioners around the world. JOJCS strives to encourage the publication of high quality case reports, by providing a platform for sharing unique, rare, and unusual cases and clinical scenarios that enhance the understanding of the disease process, its diagnosis, treatment options and clinico-pathologic correlations. JOJCS functions as an invaluable resource for young professionals, to understand the intricacies associated with medical cases, and stay abreast of the latest advancements in their field, thereby creating an edge for themselves. We strongly believe that this ‘bank of professional wisdom’ will go on to enlighten the medical community, thereby creating a space for medical professionals to share their knowledge with each other. All the reports are peer reviewed and published under the guidance of our accomplished Editorial Board members. JOJCS publishes superior quality reports that are guaranteed to take your professional medical knowledge a few notches up, with every issue.

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Latest Articles

Case Report September 05, 2023

Primary Multiple Metachronous Cervical Cancer: Difficulties in Differential Diagnosis

A O Shumeikina*, S E Krasilnikov, D P Kholtobin, A G Kedrova, A L Chernyshova, Filipenko ML, Tarkhov A V, Kachesov I V

DOI: 10.19080/JOJCS.2023.14.555885

Case Report August 08, 2023

Henoch Schonlein Purpura: A Case Report

M Gowtham* and C Tejaswini

DOI: 10.19080/JOJCS.2023.14.555884

Case Report April 12, 2023

A Rare Case in the Newborn: Craniofrontonazal Syndrome

Samet Benli*, Atika Çağlar and Mustafa Aydın

DOI: 10.19080/JOJCS.2023.14.555881

Case Report February 09, 2023

Sequelae of Partial Treatment in Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia: A Case Report

Jovaria Ehsan*, Shahla Zameer, M Ehsan ul Haq and Saima Shan

DOI: 10.19080/JOJCS.2023.14.555879


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