Suspected Text Similarity: Drug induced pseudoporphyria in CKD A case report. Indian Journal of Nephrology. 2015

Questionable Paper: Drug induced pseudoporphyria in CKD A case report. Indian Journal of Nephrology. 2015

Questionable Journal: Indian Journal of Nephrology

Questionable Paper and Journal

Questionable Paper and Journal

 

Original Paper:Pseudoporphyria Associated with Nonhemodialyzed Renal Insufficiency, Successfully Treated with Oral N-Acetylcysteine. Case Rep Dermatol Med. 2013

 

Matching Summary Software Support: iPlagiarism

Matching Summary
Software Support: iPlagiarism

 

When using someone else’s work, you must indicate you have borrowed the idea by giving a citation. Besides, if a source’s exact words have to be copied, quotation marks must be given. However, verbatim copy of large sections of text (including a few sentences, whole paragraph, and several paragraphs) is moderate to most severe type of plagiarism whether or not that work is cited or quotation marks are used, even though the original sources are from author’s own publications.

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