Archives of Case Reports in Clinical Medicine


  • Editorial - Medical Published: Aug 30, 2015

    Case Report: What should be First Selected to Report?

    Case report is the part of medical publication that can be seen in biomedical journals around the world. It becomes the important source for promoting new knowledge, in a short form, to the reader. It is usually read and further used my general practitioner. Case report might be different from…

    -Viroj Wiwanitkit

  • Case report - Medical Published: Nov 26, 2014

    Pregabalin May Cause Dependence Even if It is not Abused

    Patients with chronic disease are more or less “dependent” on their medication. These patients may have problems with withdrawal which might falsely be labeled as addiction. The cases presented here suggest that the use of pregabalin may lead to drug dependence without abuse.

    -Naresh Sugandiran, Jorgen G. Bramness

  • Clinical image - Medical Published: Jun 30, 2015

    Milky Serum in Hypertriglyceridemia: Clinical Image

    This is a report of a 37-year-old Caucasian female who presented to the emergency room with an acute onset of chest pain associated with dyspnea and diaphoresis. She had no known past medical history. She was a non-smoker and was not on any regular medications. On physical assessment, her body-mass…

    -Arnaz R. Avasia, Natalie Rodziewicz, Shashi Bhushan, and Neeraj Singh

  • Case report - Medical Published: Apr 30, 2015

    Case Report: Ethical Concern

    Case report is an important kind of medical article. It has been worldwide published in many journals around the world. It is a useful source for updating knowledge for the practitioner. Also, new findings can be derived at very early stage from case report [1]. There is no doubt that…

    -Viroj Wiwanitkit

  • Case report - Medical Published: May 06, 2015

    Use of Baclofen in the Treatment of Persistent Hiccups: Report of Two Cases

    We present two cases of persistent hiccups attributed to lateral medullary syndromes that were refractory to common pharmacological treatment. Introduction of baclofen resulted in the rapid and sustained resolution of hiccups in these patients, with no significant adverse effects noted. Our reports serve to strengthen the limited evidence base for…

    -Kwok K. Meng, Cheong H. Yiang, Manohararaj Nijanth, Larik Ashfaq