The first three years of Autopsy and Case Reports: an interesting journey
AbstractAutopsy and Case Reports (A&CR) completes three years of uninterrupted publication this month: March 2014. During these initial years, significant advancements have been made in the process of consolidating a reference journal in the fields of autopsy pathology, anatomoclinical correlation, and medical education.
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