How to write a case report? Guidelines for Internists

Submitted: 28 July 2014
Accepted: 28 July 2014
Published: 19 September 2014
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A case report is a detailed narrative of symptoms, signs, diagnosis, treatments and follow-up of one or several patients. Although, in evidence-based medicine, randomized clinical trials provide most of the scientific evidence, whereas case reports play in general a minor role, they represent an important part of medical practice.



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Gnerre, P., La Regina, M., Ballardini, G., Chesi, G., Granata, P., Scanelli, G., Fiorino, S., Dentali, F., & Nardi, R. (2014). How to write a case report? Guidelines for Internists. Italian Journal of Medicine, 8(3), 200–203.

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