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Does case report benefits my application much ?
How can i make case report (steps) bcz i search about it a lot but could not get much bcz i am new to this ?
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Application of what?

I thought you already matched last year.

I swear ive read a thread by you or someone called hamada, titled "Soooooo Happppppppy. matched IM with one IV only".

(on a different forum though).
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Application of what?

I thought you already matched last year.

I swear ive read a thread by you or someone called hamada, titled "Soooooo Happppppppy. matched IM with one IV only".

(on a different forum though).
its not me
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Not really unless it is a very rare case and published in a well known journal.
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No harm in trying to write one such and trying to get it published in Medline Indexed Journals. It takes about 2 days at max to frame one such and can give a quick publication.Remember something better than nothing
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No harm in trying to write one such and trying to get it published in Medline Indexed Journals. It takes about 2 days at max to frame one such and can give a quick publication.Remember something better than nothing
I am studying for step1 and doing my internship and no one around to help
So how much time usually takes to write one
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I am studying for step1 and doing my internship and no one around to help
So how much time usually takes to write one
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Its not writing something you can read and then write on your own. Google case Report and you will know what it is and how to write it. It is about some interesting rare case you may come across in your ward which you may think is worth writing about for a greater audience and can pave way for further research.
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Its not writing something you can read and then write on your own. Google case Report and you will know what it is and how to write it. It is about some interesting rare case you may come across in your ward which you may think is worth writing about for a greater audience and can pave way for further research.
Appreciate your help
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