The following issue was published by Scientific Scholar in association with JMRI. Since the journal has been moved back to its original site and publisher, we are archiving all the papers here.


Original Article

Prevalence of mental disorders by sex among Hera General Hospital patients over the past 10 years

Ammar A. Albokhari, Rajab A. Bresaly, Magdy M. Hassan, Abrar A. Khan

23-27 |

The yearly peak age of the onset of major depressive disorder over the past 5 years at a general hospital in Saudi Arabia

Ammar A. Albokhari​, Amani Hussain, Abdulrahman Tashkandi, Abdulrahman Alsawas, Rajab Bresaly, Magdy Hassan, Abdulmajeed Khan, Bassam Bandugh

37-40 |

Review Article

Case Report

An interesting case of duplicated common bile duct and its sequelae

Anicia Mirchandani​, Alexander Loomis, Zaiba Mapkar, Sachit Malde

41-43 |

Acute pancreatitis following Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine

Ammar A. Albokhari​, Abdulrahman T. Alsawas, Abdulmajeed Khan, Ghufran A. Bukhari

44-46 |

Acute inflammatory transverse myelitis post-Pfizer-BioNTech-COVID-19 vaccine in 16-year-old

Ammar A Albokhari​, Abdulrahman Alsawas, Mohammad H Adnan, Abdulaziz Alasmari, Sarah Aljuhani, Mousa Almejalli, Hanaa Kedah

47-50 |

Please Note

All the research studies published in JMRI were performed in accordance to the Declaration of Helsinki. Written consent was obtained from all the included subjects (or the responsible next kin), where ever applicable. In case reports or any article which includes patients images, permission was sought from the patient (or the responsible next kin) for publication. Whether or not this has been explicitly stated in the manuscript, this was declared by the authors at the time of submission of manuscript to the journal. In a rare event, if the consent could not be obtained due to loss of patient for follow up or death or loss of contact, even after reasonable effort, the editors then decided on case by case basis, weighing on the individual contribution the report will make to advancement of medical literature.