Aims and Scope

The journal aims to present challenging and stimulating cases in an educational format, enabling readers to engage as if they are actively collaborating with caring clinician scientists in patient management.

Topics of this journal includes, but not limited to:

  • Exploration of new diseases and their manifestations
  • Investigation of new presentations or variations of known diseases
  • Identification of new associations between diseases or symptoms
  • Examination of new diagnostic techniques for skin, hair, and nail conditions
  • Evaluation of new treatment methods, including adverse events and procedural techniques
  • Reporting of unreported or unusual side effects or adverse interactions involving medications
  • Application of artificial intelligence in diagnosing and managing medical conditions
  • Analysis of unexpected or unusual disease presentations
  • Discussion of new associations or variations in disease processes
  • Presentation, diagnosis, and management of new and emerging diseases
  • Reporting of unexpected events in patient observation or treatment
  • Discovery of findings that contribute to the understanding of disease pathogenesis or adverse effects