A clinical case report, often known as a case study, is a sort of academic publication in which medical practitioners present exceptional or previously undocumented patient cases. Writing a clinical case report requires obtaining patient consent and ensuring patient privacy. The earliest form of medical communication was clinical case reports. A case report, also known as a case study, is a way of distributing new knowledge gained from clinical practise. Clinical case reports are the first-line evidence in medical literature since they contain actual observations, and they can be a viable approach for medical students and practitioners to begin writing academically.