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Case Reports: More than Anectodal Evidence

In medical history most of scientific articles have been done in form of case reports: the first description of melanoma was done by Norris in 1820, who reported the history of a patient referred as a case of “fungoid disease”; Christian Barnard described the world’s first heart transplant as a case report, and many examples could be done.

Case reports consist of information about symptoms, signs, diagnosis, treatment and follow-up of an individual patient or of a little series of patients, usually with description of a typical or new occurrence.

Citation: Marone U (2012) Case Reports: More than Anectodal Evidence. J Clinic Case Reports 2:e111. doi: 10.4172/2165-7920.1000e111

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