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Diagnosing “Brain Death” in Intensive Care

President’s Council on Bioethics. Controversies in the determination of death: A White Paper of the President’s Council on Bioethics. Washington DC; 2008. 6. Mollaret P, Goulon M. Le coma dépassé (mémoire préliminaire). Rev Neurol (Paris). 1959;101:3-15. 7. Muramoto O. Informed consent for the diagnosis of brain death: a conceptual argument. Philos Ethics Humanit Med. 2016;11(1):8. 8. Ferrand E, Robert R, Ingrand P, Lemaire F. Withholding and withdrawal of life support in intensive-care units in France: a prospective survey

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Spotlight on How to Structure a Case Report

demanding difficult or thought-provoking about the diagnosis or management of the current disorder. Cite each previous study. An introduction should be no more than a few paragraphs long, with the overall objective is to have the reader understand clearly of the case. The Discussion is the selling point of a case report requiring a well-written argument to convince an Editor and the reader that the case report is credible convincing and worthy of publication. Start by briefly expanding on the introduction, explaining why the case is essential and why it will be of

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