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In all areas of medicine, case reports and clinical photographs are essential as human volunteers who are meant to contribute to medical knowledge involve the research.

The Journal of Clinical and Medical Images, Case Reports (JCMICR) is a fantastic resource for keeping up with the latest clinical advancements and for publishing case reports and clinical images related to a variety of medical illnesses. This peer-reviewed publication provides a comprehensive overview of the diagnosis, treatment, and therapeutic solutions for a variety of disorders.

Journal of Clinical and Medical Images, Case Reports (ISSN 2771-019X) pertaining to many fields of clinical and medical sciences are welcomed.

A nomogram utilizing LASSO-conditional logistic regression for predicting delayed post-polypectomy bleeding

   Preventing Colorectal Cancer (CRC) is of great importance, as it is the third most common malignant tumor globally, accounting for approximately 10% of all new cancer cases annually [1,2]. The progression pattern from adenoma to carcinoma is widely accepted to play a crucial role in the development of colorectal cancer [3]. Removal of colonic tumors is effective in reducing the incidence and overall burden of CRC [4,5]. While colonoscopic tumor resection is a safe and effective procedure [6,7], it can still lead to serious complications, including bleeding, perforation, and electrocoagulation syndrome.

Ectropion in a collodion baby: A case report and literature review

   The “collodion baby” phenotype is a rare clinical entity in a heterogeneous group of cornification skin disorders, first described by Hallopeau and Watelet in 1844, with an estimated incidence of 1 in 50,000 to 100,000 live births. The collodion phenotype is common to several different forms of autosomal recessive congenital ichthyosis, characterised by xerosis of the skin, either in isolation or in association with other extra-cutaneous signs, particularly ophthalmological, which may affect the functional prognosis as a result of blinding corneal sequelae.

Misidentification of the ovarian vein as the ureter during ureteral reconstructive surgery: A precautionary tale

   A 55-year-old woman with hereditary spastic paraparesis and a neurogenic bladder managed with an indwelling urethral catheter developed two large bladder stones (3 cm and 4 cm stones), a vesicovaginal fistula, and history of kidney stones requiring percutaneous nephrolithotomy. As definitive therapy for her neurogenic bladder, a supravesical urinary diversion with ureteroileal urinary conduit diversion and open cystolithotomy was planned. The vesicovaginal fistula was to be unrepaired and the defunctionalized bladder would be left in situ without performing a cystectomy.

Idiopathic mooren ulcer: About a case

   We report the case of a 58-year-old patient with no particular pathological history who presented with a unilateral, peripheral, hollowing and circumferential corneal ulcer without healthy cornea interval with intense conjunctival hyperemia. The ulcer was treated with antibiotics and healed but without improvement. An etiological assessment did not reveal any other etiology. The introduction of topical corticosteroid therapy brought improvement but with an increase in symptoms when treatment was stopped.

Eye trauma from a piece of wood: About a case

   This is a 6-year-old child who consulted in the ophthalmological emergency room 2 days after his accidental trauma at the end of the woods. Initial clinical examination of the left eye revealed visual acuity at NO light perception, eyelid edema with blood clot. The rest of the exam was difficult to assess due to the pain. The child was taken to the emergency operating room for exploration and treatment after having carried out a CT scan which revealed an intraocular foreign body measuring 8 x 6 mm. Intraocular wooden foreign body visible at the edges of the wound.

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