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International Journal of Clinical and Medical Case Reports

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ISSN Online :  2834-8664
Journal DOI :  10.31579/2834-8664/IJCMR
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Current Issue :  Volume 2 - Issue 1 - 2023
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International Journal of Clinical and Medical Case Reports covers the major topics like case reports in Internal Medicine, Hepatology, Microbiology, Toxicology,,
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International Journal of Clinical and Medical Case Reports is a peer reviewed Journal that publishes novel research work conducted as case ...
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Virus Cooperation, ZIKV Viremia and in Utero Fetus Infection

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Tactile Contact as a Marketing Tool for Improving an HIV/STD Education Program’s Compliance / Retention with Crack Cocaine Users

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Caplan's Syndrome with a twist

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

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Recent Articles

Research Article 22 Dec 2023

Predicting Suitable Habitats of Critically Endange

Kuladip Sarma, Murali Krishna, Barin K. Boro, Malabika K. Saikia, Bidyut Sarania et al, (2023), Predicting Suitable Habitats of Critically Endangered Chinese Pangolin in Assam, India., International Journal of clinical and Medical Case Reports, 2(6);

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Review Article 20 Dec 2023

A Few Words about Colon

Siniša Franjić (2023), A Few Words about Colon, India., International Journal of clinical and Medical Case Reports, 2(5); Doi:10.31579/2834-8664/036

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Review Article 08 Dec 2023

Nano-bio interface, Bioadaptability of different n

Rajiv Kumar and Mitrabasu Chhillar, (2023), Nano-bio interface, Bioadaptability of different nanoparticles, Nanokicking and extracellular matrix mimicking: a biological and medicinal front to promote the concept of a cell, having a better Defen., Int

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Research Article 22 Nov 2023

Birdwatchers’ Resilience to Perturbation in Indi

Karthik Thrikkadeeri, Ashwin Viswanathan (2023), Birdwatchers’ Resilience to Perturbation in India Buffers Citizen Science from Pandemic-Induced Biases, International Journal of clinical and Medical Case Reports, 2(5); Doi:10.31579/2834-8664/033

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Research Article 17 Nov 2023

Bird Species diversity from the Southern West part

Sourav Ch. Dinda, Arabinda Pal, Moulik Sarkar, Paresh Chandra Das and Niladri Mondal, (2023) Bird Species diversity from the Southern West part of West Bengal, India, International Journal of clinical and Medical Case Reports, 2(5); Doi:10.31579/2834

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