In order to submit a Case Report to the SCC, you must be logged in as a registered member of this site. You need not be a member of the SCC, although we do encourage you to join. Your personal contact information, given at the time of registration and (optionally) in Case Reports, is always kept strictly confidential. It is only at your specific request that we attach author information to your reports.
If you wish to submit a Case Report, first log onto the site and then go to the “Clinicians” page. Click on “Submit a Case Report” and you will see a fillable form for you to use.
The Case Name is not the patient name; rather, it is something that will help other clinicians benefit from the information you are about to enter.
Choose a medical condition from the drop-down list on the right. Some conditions will generate a sub-list so you can get more specific.
Symptoms can be entered as a list with each symptom separated by a comma. Enter as many as are relevant.
Any field that has an asterisk is a required field.
Although you do not have to enter any personal information, your email will appear. Remember that this is all confidential, but through emails we can share information.
Case Reports will be reviewed by the SCC prior to publishing, and not all will necessarily be published. The review will be for relevance and accuracy.
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