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Marshall Journal of Medicine (MJM) is a peer-reviewed journal published by Marshall University’s Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine. The journal's full text is available online at mds.marshall.edu/mjm. The journal allows free access (open access) to its contents and permits authors to self-archive final accepted version of the articles on any Open Archives Initiative compliant institutional/subject-based repository.

Current Issue: Volume 5, Issue 2 (2019)

From the Editor-in-Chief

Editorial

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On Watson, Racism, and Standardized Tests
Joseph I. Shapiro

Article first published online: April 2019
DOI: 10.33470/2379-9536.1219

Case Reports

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Rare Sarcomatoid Carcinoma of the Liver in a patient with no history of Hepatocellular Carcinoma: A Case Report
Kevat B. Patel, Rita H. Hawarny, Elizabeth Saunders, Marc Hettlinger, and Niru Nahar

Article first published online: April 2019
DOI: 10.33470/2379-9536.1215

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Angiogram negative subarachnoid hemorrhage in the setting of sexual intercourse and chronic cannabis use
Dakota T. May and Dominika Lozowska

Article first published online: April 2019
DOI: 10.33470/2379-9536.1211

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Kounis Syndrome: A simple MRI with contrast turned into a life threatening condition
Ahmed Amro, Kanaan Mansoor, Mohammad Amro, Amal Sobeih, and Mehiar El-Hamdani

Article first published online: April 2019
DOI: 10.33470/2379-9536.1217

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Bilateral foot drop linked to rapid intentional weight loss and long distance walking.
Morgan S. Aguirre, Josh Gibson, and Dominika Lozowska

Article first published online: April 2019
DOI: 10.33470/2379-9536.1207

Review Article

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Symptomology Associated with in Utero Exposures to Polysubstance in an Appalachian Population.
Will Lester, Lacey Andrews, Emma M. Nellhaus, Sara Murray, Sean Loudin, and Todd H. Davies

Article first published online: April 2019
DOI: 10.33470/2379-9536.1212

Original Article

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Trans-radial coronary intervention (TCI) using 5-Fr versus 6-Fr guiding catheters in the setting of acute coronary syndrome (ACS).
Ahmed Amro, Mohammad Amro, Amal Sobeih, Obadah Aqtash, Hisham Hirzallah, Majd Kanbour, Adee El-Hamdani, Alaa Gabi, Yazan Numan, Mark Studeny, and Mehiar El-Hamdani

Article first published online: April 2019
DOI: 10.33470/2379-9536.1210