4 Items

Case series

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.

Word count

Maximum 1500 words; include subheadings (Background or Introduction, Case, Discussion 
and Conclusion)

Abstract

Maximum 100 words, unstructured; include 3–5 keywords

Figures/tables

Maximum 5; these do not contribute to the word count

References

Maximum 15

All Items

Complications of polyacrylamide gel filler in the Asian-Australian population

Amanda Yang Shen, Frank Lin
Abstract 922 | PDF Downloads 234 HTML Downloads 405

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Conservative treatment of subcapital phalangeal fracture malunions

David McCombe, Brinkley K Sandvall, Christopher J Coombs
Abstract 279 | PDF Downloads 292 HTML Downloads 233

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Persistent median artery carpal tunnel syndrome: a case series and literature review

Jake L Nowicki, Alexander Macgregor Cameron, Philip Griffin, Quoc Tai Khoa Lam, Nicholas Marshall
Abstract 904 | PDF Downloads 443 HTML Downloads 834

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Targeted muscle reinnervation in quadruple amputees: self-reported outcomes

Emma-Leigh Rudduck, Frank Bruscino-Raiola, Margaret Angliss, Steven J Gray, David Lee Gow, Abby Hutchinson
Abstract 57 | HTML Downloads 75 PDF Downloads 33

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