Saudi Medical Journal

Saudi Medical Journal is an open access, peer-reviewed, monthly publication.

Our mission is to disseminate accessible, useful, up-to-date, medical information for healthcare professionals of various specialties; and to promote research with clear clinical implications that enriches knowledge locally and internationally.

The Journal's vision is to be recognized as the leading journal in the biomedical publication in the region.

Saudi Medical Journal Online features free access to all issues, Instructions to Authors, Topic Collections and Information for Authors, Reviewers and Readers.

Saudi Medical Journal is a member of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE). Indexed in MEDLINE/Index Medicus (National Library of Medicine) available through PubMed, PubMed Central, Europe PubMed Central, PubMed Central Canada, SCOPUS, EMR Index Medicus, Excerpta Medica Database (EMBASE), BIOBASE, and Thomson ISI in Science Citation Index Expanded online at ISI Web of Knowledge.

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Highlights of the Current Issue

Diabetic patients in Saudi Arabia: The evaluation of glycemic control measures based on emergency department utilization and the percentages of adherence to the recommended follow-ups for microvascular complications PDF
 Saad  M.  Alshareef  Abdulrahman  Y.  Aldayel,  Mujahed  A.  AlKhathlan,  Khalid  O.  Alduaij,  Fahad  G.  Alshareef,  Mohammed  E.  Al-Harthi,  Abdulaziz  A.  Aldayel,  Asem  M.  Shadid,  Abdulmajeed  B.  Dahmash,
Computed tomography pulmonary angiography using high-pitch dual-source scanner technology PDF
 Donya  A.  Al Hassan  Khawaja  B.  Waheed,  Mohamed  N.  El Sirafy,  Mohamad  A.  Khattab,  Hassan  I.  Al-Hammadi,  Motassem  F.  Ibrahim,  Zechariah  J.  Arulanantham,
Novel association between heterozygous genotype of single nucleotide polymorphism C218T in drug transporter ABCC1 gene and increased risk of colon cancer PDF
 Ayat  B.  Al-Ghafari  Meaad  M.  Abdulkhaleq,  Ann    Yezerski,  Huda  A.  Al Doghaither,  Atlal  M.  Abusanad,  Ulfat  M.  Omar,
Cutaneous draining sinus tract of odontogenic origin. A case of chronic misdiagnosis PDF
 Ebtissam  M.  Al-Madi  Mohammad  I.  Al-Obaida,

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