PAMJ - Images in Clinical Medicine
With more than 2000 images (and counting), the PAMJ Clinical Medicine is the largest, ever expanding collection of clinical images in Africa. Images are submitted by clinical practitioners around the world to share unique clinical features for knowledge sharing and medical practice and training. Images in clinical Medical are published and under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0).
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Urticaria multiforme-like: a COVID-19 infection
Cristiana Canelas Mendes, Rita Pimenta
PAMJ. 2020; 37: 286. Published 30 November 2020

A woman with recurrent respiratory tract infections
Petros Ioannou
PAMJ. 2020; 37: 278. Published 26 November 2020

Fracture du corps caverneux de la verge
Ahmed Ibrahimi, Idriss Ziani
PAMJ. 2020; 37: 272. Published 25 November 2020

This is how breast cancer should not be managed!
Sherif Monib, Hany Habashy
PAMJ. 2020; 37: 261. Published 23 November 2020

High-output cardiac failure due to multiple femoral arteriovenous fistulae
Mogamat-Yazied Chothia, Amaan Panday
PAMJ. 2020; 37: 246. Published 18 November 2020

Pitfalls in spine injuries: risk of dramatic aortic dissection
Giuseppe Rosario Schirò, Pietro Domenico Giorgi
PAMJ. 2020; 37: 242. Published 16 November 2020

Subacute hematogenous osteomyelitis of the fibula
Zied Jlalia, Dhia Kaffel
PAMJ. 2020; 37: 236. Published 13 November 2020

Large bilateral ovarian cysts with left ovarian torsion and right dermoid cyst
Sara Ait Souabni, El Habib Belhaddad
PAMJ. 2020; 37: 191. Published 29 October 2020

Challenging case of blunt vascular liver trauma: hematoma of the hepatic artery
Pietro Fransvea, Gianluca Costa
PAMJ. 2020; 37: 184. Published 27 October 2020

Renal infarction in a COVID-19 patient
Guglielmo Mantica, Aldo Franco De Rose
PAMJ. 2020; 37: 182. Published 27 October 2020

An entity that poses continuous challenge despite treatment attempt: lymphangioleiomyomatosis
Munish Sharma, Salim Surani
PAMJ. 2020; 37: 180. Published 27 October 2020

A rare case of hereditary multiple osteochondromas
Rakesh Khatana, Renu Rathi
PAMJ. 2020; 37: 173. Published 21 October 2020

Hernia of the Jean Louis Petit triangle in the emergency department: a rare image
Hassen Ben Ghezala, Najla Feriani
PAMJ. 2020; 37: 166. Published 15 October 2020

Littre's hernia in a Tunisian emergency department: a rare image
Najla Feriani, Hassen Ben Ghezala
PAMJ. 2020; 37: 164. Published 15 October 2020

Giant mediastinal mass
Danilo Coco, Silvana Leanza
PAMJ. 2020; 37: 162. Published 15 October 2020


Volume 38 (Jan - Apr 2021)
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