Category - Clinical Case Reports
Clinical Case Reports: In chiropractic medicine, a historical clinical case report is a detailed medical report of the symptoms, signs, diagnosis, treatment, and follow-up of an individual patient case or clinical case presentation that is being presented. Some case reports may contain a demographic profile of the patient but typically it describes an unusual or novel occurrence. The goal has been to present the public with pertinent clinical presentations that may serve the readers well. Some chiropractic case reports also contain a literature review of other reported cases.
Case reports are professional historical narratives that provide feedback on clinical practice guidelines and offer a framework for early signals of effectiveness, adverse events, and cost. They can be shared for medical, scientific, or educational purposes and a clinical case report is the genesis of clinical hypothesis creation. From the deduced hypothesis, higher-level studies can be undertaken for further knowledge pursuits. Many local chiropractors have compiled clinal case reports in order to peak into their practice from a clinical prism. These studies come from their personal patient pool and from clinical research compiled from professional cohorts.
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