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Finding Related Articles

Tip: When reading an article of interest, a quick and easy way to find similar articles is through the use of the "Related Articles" links at the top of the Abstract or Full Text page.

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The National Library of Medicine (NLM), creators and maintainers of MEDLINE®, have developed a process for identifying closely related articles in the MEDLINE database. This allows you to identify articles which address similar research topics quickly and easily. Direct links have been provided to this function, enabling you to access the list of Related Articles from any online article.

To retrieve articles related to the article you are currently reading, scroll to the top of the article and click on the [Related Articles] link at the top of the page. This will retrieve the list from the NCBI and display it in your browser. Clicking on the citation to any of these related articles will retrieve the full citation and abstract in MEDLINE format.

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