About the Journal

The Yemen Journal of Medicine (YJM) is a peer-reviewed, open-access, multidisciplinary online journal published in English on behalf of a group of Yemeni physicians from both within and outside the country. The focus is on medical issues in Yemen in particular and the Middle East in general, although articles from around the world are welcome.

ISSN: e-ISSN - 2583-4614

Discipline: All Medical, Surgical, and Dental Specialties

Starting Year: 2022
Current volume: Volume 1
Issue per year: 2 issues
Editor-in-chief: Dr. Fahmi Yousef Khan, Qatar
Indexing: Google Scholar, DRJI, ESJI, EuroPub, ResearchBib, IMEMR, ISI

E-mail: editor.yjm@mansapublishers.com 


Volume 1 Issue 1 Jan-Jun 2022


The first issue of the Yemen Journal of Medicine (YJM) is now available online. Please find the Table of Contents of this issue below.


  1. YJM_3420: Welcome letter from the Yemen Journal of Medicine


  1. YJM_3347: Management of hypertriglyceridemia-induced pancreatitis – A review of updates from the past decade
  2. YJM_3346: Hemolytic uremic syndrome: An updated review
  3. YJM_3352: COVID-19 in Yemen: The present situation and the future plan to overcome the crisis


  1. YJM_3292: Association of Vitamin D deficiency with dyslipidemia, glycemic control and microalbuminuria in patients with type 2 Diabetes mellitus in Qatar
  2. YJM_3327: Analysis of Perinatal mortality in Aden General Hospital: A Hospital-Based Study from Yemen
  3. YJM_3286: Frequency of statin-induced liver injury: A secondary analysis of previous hospital-based study
  4. YJM_3375: Knowledge, attitudes, and practices toward COVID-19 among healthcare workers in Shabwah Governorate, Yemen: A cross-sectional study
  5. YJM_3447: Prevalence of tuberculosis in Shabwah Governorate, Yemen: A cross-sectional study


  1. YJM_3334: Pheochromocytoma in pregnancy: A case report and updated management review
  2. YJM_3274: Acute pancreatitis following laparoscopic sleeve gastroscopy: a case report and literature review.
  3. YJM_3271: Systemic lupus erythematosus manifestation following COVID-19 infection: A coincidental or causal relation
  4. YJM_3291: Is Glucose-6-Phosphate Dehydrogenase (G6PD) Deficiency a Risk Factor for Melioidosis?


  1. YJM_3244: An epidural collection due to streptococci Agalactiae


  1. YJM_3306: Ascaris lumbricoides infestation mimics acute intestinal obstruction in a 4-year-old boy


  1. YJM_3437: Short and OSCE cases in internal medicine: Clinical examinations for PACES, MRCPI, Arab Board, and similar examinations (second edition)
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