Journal of MAR Pathology and Clinical Research

Journal of MAR Pathology and Clinical Research


Aim & Scope:

The International Journal of MAR Pathology and Clinical Research (MARPAT) brought you into the world with a dream of elevating your research to the broadest network and giving high visibility and exposure to your article. We likewise guarantee your research is easy to find, making your thoughts and information available to different specialists, Networks, and Organizations around the globe.


MARPAT is open access journal, Peer-reviewed, Multidisciplinary, and Monthly Issue.

Journal is under Q3 Category, Impact Fcator 2.97

The open-access supports the rights of users to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of these articles provided they are properly acknowledged and cited.



Why MAR Pathology?

  1. Refereed Journal and Peer Reviewed Journal
  2. Publication Issue Frequency: Monthly
  3. Nominal Fee for Professional Research Services, Low-cost research journal.
  4. Review Results (Acceptance/Rejection) Notification : Within 02-03 Days
  5. Paper Publication Time: Paper Publish: Within 7 Days after submitting all the required documents.

MAR Pathology aims at publishing articles on all relevant aspects.

Journal of Pathology and Clinical Research is an open-access peer-reviewed journal that publishes articles on all aspects of pathology. This journal covers various fields of pathology such as surgical pathology, molecular pathology, anatomic pathology, immunopathology, and many more. The major focus of clinical research included patient outcomes, new findings, and also treatment responses to pathological diseases.

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Editorial Board

Dr. Sunder Sham, MBBS, MD

Anatomical Pathology, Lenox Hill Hospital, Northwell Health, New York;

Dr. Mounika Kathoju

Oral pathology, NUANCE COMMUNICATIONS, India;

Dr. Manisha R. Dave

M. D. Pathology, Apollo Clinic, India;

Dr. Akhilesh Ravichandran

Assistant Professor, Pathology, Saveetha Medical College, India;

Dr. Zubair Hasan, MBBS, MD, DNB, IFCAP, EPHM-IIM-C

Healthians Diagnostic Labs, Bangalore., India;

Dr Sanjiban Patra

Assistant Professor in OncoPathology,The Gujarat Cancer Research Institute, India;


CONSULTANT PATHOLOGIST AND LAB DIRECTOR, (NABL ISO 15189 Accredited) Medall Healthcare Pvt Ltd , Hosur. India,

Dr.Vijayakumar Hegde

Specialist Pathologist with Ms. AL Hilal Hospital Laboratories, Kingdom of Bahrain


Editor: The Editor Is An Esteemed And Profound Personage Whose Decision Is Of Utmost Critical In The Process Of Editing, Peer-reviewing, And Decision Regarding The Publication Of The Article. The Editor Deeply Examines The Content Of The Article And Expresses His/her Views Regarding The Quality And Integrity Of The Article And Regarding Any Changes To Be Incorporated For The Best Outcome Of The Literature.


Editor's Responsibilities:

Editors Are Requested To Express Their View Regarding The Article Whether It Falls Under The Journal Scope Or Not And Whether It Meets The Desired Publication Criteria Or Not.

Editors Are Requested To Perform A Detailed Evaluation Of The Manuscript And Should Suggest Any Further Modifications To Be Done In The Article.

After The Article Undergoes A Peer Review Process, The Content Will Be Forwarded To The Editor. The Editor Should Provide The Necessary Changes To Be Carried Out In The Article To Augment Its Quality.

After Getting Satisfied With The Quality Of The Manuscript, The Editor Should Declare His/her Decision To Proceed With The Publication Of The Article.

If The Article Is Worthy Of Rejection On Your Horizon, Please Explain The Grounds On Which The Conclusion Is Posed.

The Decision Of The Editor Should Not Be Influenced By Many Factors.

The Editor’s Quick Response Is Very Essential To Maintain The Desired Time Constraints. In Case The Editors Are Busy With Their Work Schedule And Are Unable To Participate In The Peer-review Process, Then It Is The Editor’s Responsibility To Assign Suitable And Potential Reviewers Who Can Carry Out An Efficient Peer Review Process Ensuring The Best Quality Outcome Of The Content.

Editors Are Requested To Have A Glance At The Reviewer Guidelines And Are Responsible To Ensure The Quality Outcome Of The Literature Through An Intense And Thorough Peer Review Process.

Editors Need To Ensure The Protection And Confidentiality Of The Content.

The Contributions Of Editors Will Be A Valuable Fruit To The Journal.



MAR Publications Have Laid Down The Following Guidelines For Reviewers For The Good Outcome Of The Content. Articles Submitted To Mar Publications Are Subjected To The Double-blinded Peer-review Process In Which Both The Reviewer And The Author Remain Anonymous To Each Other. Many Publications Believe That A Thorough Peer Review Process Is A Critical Factor To Yield Immense Quality Literature To Be Published In The Journal.


Criteria To Be Considered By Peer Reviewers During Manuscript Evaluation

Peer Reviewers Are Requested To Check For The Following Requirements For Enhancing The Manuscript Quality.

The Study Should Possess Novelty And Should Present The Results Of Original Research. It Is Required That The Reported Results Are Not Published Elsewhere.

The Manuscript Must Meet The Publication Standards.

The Study Subject Should Be Advanced Over Formerly Published Work.

The Possible Significance Of The Work In The Present And Hereafter.

Reviewer’s Assignments During The Peer Review
  1. Present Your Perspective Regarding The Quality Of The Article And Provide The Area Of The Article To Be Upgraded.
  2. Outline The Strengths And Weaknesses Of The Manuscript.
  3. Put Forth Your Valuable Suggestions To The Author On How To Improve The Article.
  4. If The Article Is Worthy Of Rejection On Your Horizon, Please Explain The Grounds On Which The Conclusion Is Posed.
  5. Reviewers Are Requested To Avoid Any Personalized Statements That May Be Considered Biased.
  6. The Reviewers Need To Maintain Confidentiality Throughout The Peer-review Process.
  7. Reviewers Are Not Allowed To Make Use Of Any Confidential Information From The Paper Prior To Publication.
  8. Even After Publication, Reviewers Are Allowed To Use Only The Published Data But Not The Content That They Have Gained From Previous Drafts During The Peer Review Process.


Information Apart From The Published Content Can Be Used Only After Acquiring Permission From The Author.

Reviewers Are Requested To Perform The Peer Review With Ensured Uniformity And Impartiality.

We Request Reviewers To Complete The Peer Review Analysis Within The Stipulated Time Period.

MAR Publications Trust The Genuine Peer Review Process That The Reviewers Carry Out So That It Helps Us To Publish The Content With Good Essence.

Current Issue Articles

Volume 2   Issue 7

Case Report (J MAR Pathology & Clinical Research . 2023 Dec 2:7)

A Case of Panfolliculoma in a Patient with CYLD Cutaneous Syndrome

Author(s): Maryam Abdo, MD, Farhan Ismael Sami, MD , Daniel J. Mettman, MD

Volume 2   Issue 6

Case Report (J MAR Pathology & Clinical Research . 2023 Nov 2:6)

Mammary Galactocele Discovered in Accessory Breast Tissue

Author(s): Dr. Rushreeta Anjali Deuri, Dr. Jacqueline Saulam

Volume 2   Issue 6

Case Report (J MAR Pathology & Clinical Research . 2023 Nov 2:6)

Pediatric Oral Malignancies of Mesenchymal Origin: Report of Two Cases and Literature Review

Author(s): Dr. Hirkani Attarde MDS,Dr. Harshal Suryavanshi MDS , Dr. Gokul Sridharan MDS

Volume 2   Issue 6

Case Report (J MAR Pathology & Clinical Research . 2023 Nov 2:6)

Volume 2   Issue 5

Research Article (J MAR Pathology & Clinical Research . 2023 Oct 2:5)

Evaluation of the Expression of Nanog in Invasive Breast Carcinoma at Tertiary Care Hospital

Author(s): Dr.Hadiya Sibghatullah , Dr.Hemkant Verma , Dr.Riyasat Ahmed Memon, Dr.Ikram Din Ujjan , Dr.Muhammad Rahil khan, Dr.Ghulam fatima , Dr Aditi

Volume 2   Issue 6

Research Article (J MAR Pathology & Clinical Research . 2023 Nov 2:6)

Volume 2   Issue 5

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Volume 2   Issue 5

Case Report ()

Partial Hydatidiform Mole in Ectopic Pregnancy: Report of a Rare Case

Author(s): Dr. Srijita Chaudhuri, Dr. Debojyoti Ghosh, Dr. Indranil Das

Volume 2   Issue 5

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