Clinical Case Series
Clinical Case Series: This is the most basic type of study design, in which researchers describe the experience of a group of people. Case series describe individuals who develop a particular new disease or condition. This type of study can provide compelling reading because they present a detailed account of the clinical experience of individual study subjects. Dr. Alex Jimenez conducts his own case series of studies.
Case-Series is a descriptive study design, and it’s just a series of cases of any particular disease or disease discrepancy that one might observe in clinical practice. These cases are described to suggest, at best, a hypothesis. However, there is no comparison group, so there cannot be many conclusions about the disease or the disease process. Therefore, in terms of generating evidence regarding various aspects of a disease process, this is more of a starting point.
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