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Shang I Brian Jiang
UNITED STATES
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Alfonso Caracuel
SPAIN
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Ray Kirk
NEW ZEALAND
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Robert A. Sikorski
UNITED STATES
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Hongwei Qin
UNITED STATES
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Gerald Schulman
UNITED STATES
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Ira Kurtz
UNITED STATES
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Dennis Sotirios Peppas
UNITED STATES
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Yoshiya Toyoda
UNITED STATES
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Xu Zeng
UNITED STATES
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Theresa S. Gonzales
UNITED STATES
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Rawhi A. Omar
UNITED STATES
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Richard D. Hammer
UNITED STATES
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Jerry M. Kovoor
UNITED STATES
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Howard Prentice
UNITED STATES
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Clark D Witherspoon
UNITED STATES
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Syed Ali Azim
UNITED STATES
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Hitoshi Hirose
UNITED STATES
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Isabel Cristina Ribeiro Pires
PORTUGAL
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Pablo Ruiz Sada
SPAIN
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Hugh Koch
UNITED KINGDOM
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Abeer Mohamed Esmail Hagras
EGYPT
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Marina Charitou
UNITED STATES
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Scholarena Journal of Case Reports (SAJCR; ISSN: 2375-7043) is a multidisciplinary peer-reviewed, open access journal which covers different aspects of the study of clinical medicine and case reports.

SAJCR encourages to publish the latest information by providing a platform and to serve the scientific community by presenting unique, unusual and rare cases which enhance understanding of disease process. SAJCR publishes Case Series, Case Reports, Case in Images, Clinical Images and Letter to Editors.

 

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Role of memory formation (with emphasis on Hippocampal memory formation) and retrieval in cognitive learning
We are virtually learning all the time from our sensory stimuli. Sometimes we do it consciously and sometimes unconsciously. Basically, we absorb certain information from outside, convert them to suit our physiology and process them to guide our beha...
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The study has been designed to develop a delayed release matrix tablets by using various natural polymers. The polsaccharide Pectin was used in the formulation Vs. Xanthan gum and Guar gum. The performance of Pectin Vs. other conventional polysacchar...
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A Rapidly Progressive Hydatid Disease Imitating Metastatic Malignancy: An Unusual Multi-Organ Presentation. Report of a Case and Review of Literature
Hydatid disease is still a major health and socio-economic problem in endemic regions. It is the most frequent parasitic infection that commonly affects the liver and rarely involves multiple organs. Herein, I report an extraordinary case of multi-or...