Archives of Medicine (ISSN: 1989-5216) is a peer-reviewed and an open access INTERNATIONAL journal that makes significant contributions to major areas of Medicine. The aim of this Journal is to produce high quality articles on related aspects of Medicine. Archives of Medicine publish research reports, and articles of various research processes like study protocols, pilot studies and pre-protocols.
Archives of Medicine focus on topics related to immunology, anaesthesia, cardiovascular medicine, complementary medicine, dentistry and oral medicine, pathology, rheumatology, pharmacology and therapeutics, dermatology, respiratory medicine, drugs and medicines, ear, nose and throat/otolaryngology, emergency medicine, infectious diseases, neurology, nutrition and metabolism, obstetrics and gynaecology, endocrinology, gastroenterology, genetics, geriatric medicine, haematology, oncology, ophthalmology, paediatrics, psychiatry, radiology, renal medicine, pharmacognosy, sexual health, urology, epidemiology, ethnic studies, health policy, occupational health, medical education, legal and forensic medicine, environmental medicine and public health, medicine development and safety testing, drug legislation and safety.
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