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Clinical Trials and Case Studies

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ISSN Online :  2835-835X
Journal DOI :  10.31579/2835-835X/CTCS
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Current Issue :  Volume 3 - Issue 2 - 2024
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Clinical Trials and Case Studies (CTCS) is specifically designed to provide researchers around the world about the current developments & extended search for th,
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Clinical Trials and Case Studies (CTCS) as the name itself elaborates it’s a flourishing Peer Reviewed Open Access Journal which publishes novel research ...
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Caplan’s Syndrome with a twist

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Virus Cooperation, ZIKV Viremia and in Utero Fetus Infection

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Rivalry between human ideation and virus mutation: two competing means of sustainability

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Recent Articles

Case Report 07 Jun 2024

Exclusively percutaneous retrieval of a lost vena

Ruxandra I Sava, Truc M. Nguyen, Emmanuel Cassar, Antoine Marie, Nathanaël F Bayard, et al, (2024), Exclusively percutaneous retrieval of a lost vena cava stent from the right atrium – a case report, Clinical Trials and Case Studies, 3(5); DOI:10.

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Research Article 27 May 2024

Ocular trauma: its causes and associated visual ac

Asad Ullah, Iqra Khalil, Rizwana Shahid, Sajjad Haider, (2024), Ocular trauma: its causes and associated visual acuity among patients visiting Munawar Memorial Hospital Chakwal, Clinical Trials and Case Studies, 3(5); DOI:10.31579/2835-835X/069

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Research Article 22 May 2024

Pancreatic tuberculosis presenting as unusual pres

Sunder Goyal, Renu, Vimal Bhandari, (2024), Pancreatic tuberculosis presenting as unusual presentation of obstructive jaundice mimicking pancreatic malignancy: surgeon's dilemma, Clinical Trials and Case Studies, 3(5); DOI:10.31579/2835-835X/067

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Research Article 22 May 2024

Assessment of electric burns wound dimensions usin

Kanav Gupta, Ravi Kumar Chittoria, Padmalakshmi Bharathi Mohan, Jacob Antony Chakiath, Sushil Nepali, (2024), Assessment of electric burns wound dimensions using a smartphone-based application - Imitomeasure in wound assessment, Clinical Trials and C

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Clinical Reviews and Case Reports, The comment form the peer-review were satisfactory. I will cements on the quality of the journal when I receive my hardback copy

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