The Editors of Journal of Medical Imaging and Case Reports (MICR) would like to express their tremendous gratitude to all those individuals who participated in the peer review process during the preparation of this Volume-2 (2018). Many reviewers from around the world and across various disciplines provided their expert input that led to publication of the articles.Read More
Volume 2 Issue 2
Xiao-Wen Jiang, Jin-Yong Chen and Hua-Qing Huang
Salivary stones or Sialoliths usually affect submandibular gland, which could occur at any age, but most patients are in the third to sixth decade of life. Here, we report a 11-year-old female patient suffering from large and multiple submandibular salivary stones.
Lack of a sensitive method for detection of acute changes in neurotransmission has limited the scope of Neuroimaging research because neurotransmitters play an important role in regulation of cognitive and behavioral functions.
Rajendra D. Badgaiyan
This article summarizes the three-day program of presentations, panel discussions and interactive dialogue at the first International Conference on Medical Imaging & Case Reports (MICR-2018).
Joshua Carrier and Joshua Knight
Geniculate artery pseudoaneurysms are a rare but documented complication of arthroscopic intervention, trauma, or knee arthroplasty. Treatment options include open surgery and endovascular techniques; however, few reports have described the latter.
Manju Bala Popli and Vineet Popli
Tuberculosis of thyroid gland is rare. It is a rare pathology even in countries where tuberculosis is endemic. Here, we present a case of thyroid gland tuberculosis with no evidence of pulmonary tuberculosis in a three-year-old girl.
Rajendra Singh Jain, Reyaz Ahmad and Archana Shukla
Cerebral venous thrombosis (CVT) is a rare variety of cerebrovascular disease that affect patient of any age. CVT represents almost 0.5% – 3% of all the types of stroke, affecting predominantly younger people.
Hussam Hamadah and Mohamed Kabbani
Pneumonia is an important cause of neonatal infection with the potential of high morbidity and mortality, especially if complicated by blood-borne infection.
Herbert Budka and Daniel Kirschenbaum
We are grateful to authors of the commentary “POLG1/ANT1-Related SANDO is a Multisystem Mitochondrial Disorder”, which highlights our previous paper “Distinctive cerebral neuropathology in an adult case of sensory ataxic neuropathy with dysarthria and ophthalmoplegia (SANDO) syndrome”.