Case series describe interesting or unusual cases involving one to five patients in similar situations and provide clinical insight into patient care, such as strategies for treatment and management where applicable. The generally accepted format for a case series includes a title, introduction/background, case, discussion, conclusions and references. Case series undergo a double-blind peer review process prior to acceptance.
Maximum 1500 words; include subheadings (Background or Introduction, Case, Discussion
Maximum 100 words, unstructured; include 3–5 keywords
Maximum 5; these do not contribute to the word count