High Impact Factor Journal: Impact Factor of Clinical Images and Case Reports Journal is 4.277 for the last five years. Impact Factors are used to measure the importance of a journal by calculating the number of times selected articles are cited within the last few years. The higher the impact factor, the more highly ranked the journal. It is one tool you can use to compare journals in a subject category.
During 2022, the Journal Citation Reports (JCR) database tracked all impact factors for 12,298 journals.
Impact Factors are useful, but they should not be the only consideration when judging quality. Journals must wait until they have a record of citations before even being considered for inclusion. The scientific worth of an individual article has nothing to do with the impact factor of a journal.
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