Medicina Moderna - Modern Medicine is a fully open access, peer-reviewed, quarterly, multidisciplinary journal edited by Bucharest College of Physicians, Romania (EU Trade Mark No. 016848509 / 2017)

We are publishing original, review articles and case reports in all basic, clinical and experimental areas of human health.

Starting 2014 the journal is edited in English and the abstracts and key-words are both in English and Romanian. There is no publication fee for authors in Medicina Moderna- Modern Medicine.

Oral Pathology in Digestive Diseases

Correlations between alterations in the oral cavity and systemic conditions have been widely reported. A considerable number of gastrointestinal (GI) diseases of varied nature may produce lesions in the hard and soft oral tissues. Among the different types of manifestations […]

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Trace Elements and Cancer

The role of the trace elements in humans has increased during the last 20 years. It seems that they play a significant role in maintaining the healthy state of the organism. These minerals are present in small levels, but their […]

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Functional Amenorrhea and Pituitary Microadenoma

Introduction: Functional hypothalamic amenorrhea is a diagnostic challenge, especially in association with structural pituitary changes. We present the case of a patient with functional amenorrhea and pituitary microadenoma, evaluated in multiple medical centres. Case report: A 27-year-old female was referred […]

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Multiple Cutaneous Melanomas

Cutaneous melanoma is a malignant tumor that develops from melanocytes found in the basal layer of the epidermis. Even though it is not the most common type of skin cancer, it is the most aggressive one with an increasing incidence […]

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Cutaneous Sarcoidosis – Diagnostic Challenges

Sarcoidosis is a multisystemic granulomatous disease, with unknown etiology, characterized histopathologically by the development in the affected organs of some „empty” (non-caseous) granulomas. Cutaneous lesions can sometimes be the fi rst localization of the disease. We present the case of […]

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ISSN-online 2360-2473
ISSN-L 1223-0472
ISSN-print 1223-0472

Indexing

The Modern Medicine / Medicina Moderna is indexed by EBSCO, DOAJUEFSCDI, and INDEX COPERNICUS

CNCSIS Category B+ journal
COD 475 pozitia 230

CME Credits: 10 (Romanian College of Physicians)

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