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Focus and Scope

The journal Frontiers in Medical Case Reports publishes the most recent developments in the diagnosis, management, and treatment of a wide range of diseases.

Systemic anticancer treatment, top-level protocols, and new fields emerging as core components of personalised medicine, such as molecular biology, bioinformatics, modern statistics, and biotechnologies, are among the main areas of concern.

Manuscripts in radiotherapy, surgery, or paediatrics can be considered if they have a direct interaction with one of the fields mentioned above or are paradigm-shifting.

This useful journal's knowledge is important for any medical practitioner or young scientist interested in recent developments in medical and clinical practises.

Plagiarism Check and Ethical Malpractices

In our Preliminary Quality Check, manuscripts received for publication in Frontiers in Medical Case Reports are cross-checked for plagiarism using Plagiarism Checker software. Manuscripts found to be plagiarized will be rejected and not considered for further publishing procedures.

Frontiers in Medical Case Reports is dedicated to upholding the highest standards of publication ethics and will take all necessary steps to prevent publication malpractice. One of the editorial board's most important duties is to prevent journal malpractice.

Any unethical behaviour is not tolerated at Frontiers of Medical Case Reports, and plagiarism in any manner is not tolerated. The writers must ensure that the manuscript's content is unique.

Editorial and Publishing Procedures

Peer Review Process

Our Editorial Team will review all submitted articles for compliance with the journal's goals, scope, and manuscript formatting. The editor will submit the manuscript to two eligible reviewers for review if it meets the criteria. Reviewers are chosen from a pool of experienced peers in various scientific fields or related academic fields. The editor's decision on whether to approve or reject a paper based on the comments of the referees is final. Invited Essays, Invited Commentary, Media Reviews, Short Communications, Conference Abstracts, and Editorial Papers will be published solely on the editor's discretion, with no peer review.

Final Decision: The journal editor or editorial board acknowledges the peer reviewers' input before making a decision.

Editors' Responsibilities

The editor of Frontiers in Medical Case Reports is responsible for determining which papers should be published in the journal. The editor may be directed by the editorial board's policy and bound by any applicable legal standards for libel, copyright infringement, and plagiarism at the time. In making this decision, the editor can consult with other editors or reviewers. All information about manuscripts submitted by authors must be kept secret by the publisher and all editorial staff. They must only share information about a submitted manuscript with the corresponding author, reviewers, potential reviewers, other editorial advisors, and the publisher, as required. Without the author's express written permission, the editors could not use the unpublished materials for their own study.

Reviewers' Responsibilities

The peer-reviewing process helps the editor and editorial board make editorial decisions, and it can also help the author improve the article. Any referee who feels unqualified to review the research mentioned in a manuscript or recognises that a timely review is unlikely should inform the editor and withdraw from the review process. Any manuscripts sent to for review must be regarded as confidential documents. They must not be shared or discussed with someone else unless the editor has given permission. Reviews should be done critically. It is not permissible to criticize the author personally. Referees should express their opinions clearly and with evidence to back them up. Reviewers should look for situations where specific published work referenced in the paper is not cited in the reference section. They can specify whether or not conclusions or arguments taken from other publications are followed by a reference to the original source. Any significant resemblance or correlation between the manuscript under consideration and any other published paper about which the reviewers have personal knowledge will be reported to the editor. Confidential knowledge or suggestions gained through peer review must be kept private and not used for personal gain. Reviewers do not include manuscripts in which they have competing, collaborative, or other partnerships or associations with any of the writers, businesses, or organizations involved in the articles.

Authorship of the Manuscript

The corresponding author guarantees that the author list includes all contributing co-authors. The corresponding author may also ensure that all co-authors have signed off on the final version of the paper and committed to its publication. All writers should provide a disclaimer outlining any financial or other substantive conflicts of interest that could be interpreted as influencing their manuscript's findings or interpretation. All sources of funding for the project should be made public. When an author finds a substantial mistake or inaccuracy in his or her own published work, it is the author's responsibility to inform the journal editor or publisher as soon as possible and to comply with the editor in having the paper retracted or corrected in the form of an erratum.

Open Policy

Open Access has grown in importance as a means of making research results publicly accessible and viewable to everyone.

Frontiers in Medical Case Reports publishes high-quality, peer-reviewed material that benefits authors and the scientific community.

Frontiers in Medical Case Reports publishes open access documents that are immediately accessible worldwide.

This ensures that everyone has free and unrestricted access to the full text of any article published in Frontiers in Medical Case Reports, and everyone is free to re-use the published material as long as proper attribution/citation of the original publication is provided.

The authors' institutes or research funding agencies endorse open access publishing by paying a relatively low Article Processing Charge (APC) for approved publications.

Copyright and Open Access License

Frontiers in Medical Case Reports, publish articles under the Creative Commons Attribution License (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/). Under the terms of this license authors hold Copyright of their articles. The license permits for free dissemination and replication of any medium as long as the original work is properly cited.

Privacy Statement

The names and email addresses used in this journal will only be used for the specified purposes of this journal and will not be shared with anyone else.

Indexing and Archiving

Frontiers in Medical Case Reports Indexed Databases:

  • Google Scholar
  • CrossRef
  • ROAD
  • Scilit
  • ResearchBib
  • International Society for Research Activity (ISRA)
  • CiteFactor
  • ScienceGate
  • Quality Open Access Market (QOAM)
  • Eurasian Scientific Journal Index
  • EuroPub
  • Advanced Sciences Index (ASI)

Frequency of Publication

Frontiers in Medical Case Reports is a bimonthly journal that publishes 6 Issues per year.

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