Khyber Journal of Medical Sciences

Khyber Journal of Medical Sciences (KJMS) is the official journal of Khyber Girls Medical College, Peshawar Pakistan. It was established in 2010. It is an open access, peer review journal published quarterly, recognized by Pakistan Medical and Dental Council and Higher Education Commission, Pakistan. It publishes original qualitative and quantitative research articles, review articles, systematic reviews, meta-analysis, editorials, case reports, commentaries, letter to the editors, audit reports and short communication related to all fields of Medical Sciences. The Journal has an effective system of online article submission overseen by the editorial team. KJMS follows guideline provided by International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE) and the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).

The KJMS aims to promote high quality local and global research in medical and allied sciences in the fields of diagnosis, treatment, prevention and rehabilitation in areas of priority. KJMS aspires to empower local and global researchers to disseminate their scholarly work by providing an innovative platform.

Vol. 13 No. 3 (2020): September - December

Published: 2021-04-07

Hepatoxicity in patients using DOT therapy in Bannu, khyber pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan

Mohammad Shoaib Khan, Sajid Khan, Amjed Mustafa, Mohammad Zohaib Khan, Ikram Ul Haq

356-360

Evaluation of Maternal Knowledge & Perceptions on Neonatal Jaundice (A Hospital based Survey)

Saffi Ullah, Farhat R Malik, Shazia Aurangzeb, Hameed Ullah, Zeba Naeem

368-373

SIGNIFICANCE OF HUMAN EPIDERMAL GROWTH FACTOR RECEPTOR (HER2-NEU) MARKER IN UROTHELIAL CARCINOMA

maryam bibi; Walayat shah ; Muhammad Asif; Maria khattak , Anwar wazir , Aysha jamil

385-388

DIAGNOSTIC ACCURACY OF TRIPLE PHASE COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY IN DETECTING HEPATOCELLULAR CARCINOMA KEEPING HISTOPATHOLOGY AS GOLD STANDARD

Mahnoor Rehman Khan, Mehreen Samad, Mahrukh Rehman Khan, Humaira Anjum, Kalsoom Nawab, Ghazala Wahid

389-392

ABO / Rh-D Blood types and susceptibility to SARS-CoV-2 infection in Health Care Workers

Fawad Rahim, Said Amin, Muhammad Noor, Afsheen Mahmood, Huma Gul, Muhammad Usman

393-396

Marfan Syndrome

Saphra Sohail, Muhammed Hatam Khan, Muhammed Israr

397-398

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