Clinical Case Reports
Clinical Case Reports represent the most basic type of study design, in which researchers describe the experience of a single person (case report). Case reports describe individuals who develop a particular new disease or condition. Case reports can provide compelling reading because they present a detailed account of the clinical experience of individual study subjects. Dr. Alex Jimenez discusses both as he conducts his own case reports.
Clinical case reports are scientifically detailed information of the symptoms, signs, diagnosis, treatment, and follow-up of an individual patient. Case reports can contain a demographic profile of the patient, however, they usually describe an unusual occurrence. Case reports are the traditional method in medicine and scientific publication. Case reports describe and analyze the diagnosis and the management of one or two patients. This is the first line of evidence in health care. A case report is used to disseminate information on unusual clinical syndromes, disease associations, unusual side effects from certain therapies, or responses to certain forms of treatment. Case reports have been used for years as a means to teach health science students and can be a valuable learning experience for author and reader. They are well read, and easily accessible. For Answers to any questions you may have please call Dr. Jimenez at 915-850-0900