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ID 24558
  Title Imaging case reviews [editorial]
Journal J Can Chiropr Assoc. 2016 Sep;60(3):Online access only p 258–259
Peer Review No
Publication Type Editorial

Excerpt: The purpose of this editorial is to introduce a new type of case report to the chiropractic literature, the Imaging Case Review (ICR). Similar to the case studies published in the Journal of Radiology Case Reports, ICRs are intended to give chiropractic radiologists and clinicians a professional forum in which to showcase interesting or novel diagnostic imaging cases from clinical practice, written in an abbreviated format. Because of their brevity and relevance to ‘real-world’ clinical practice from where they originated, it is believed that these short articles are ideal for busy practitioners and researchers alike.

Includes: Appendix 1. Author template for Imaging Case Reviews (ICRs)

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