A citation-based method for searching scientific literature

J Rautio, P Paavolainen. J Trauma 1988
Times Cited: 61







List of co-cited articles
185 articles co-cited >1



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Viet Nam wound analysis.
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155
29

The Falklands war: Army field surgical experience.
D S Jackson, C G Batty, J M Ryan, W S McGregor. Ann R Coll Surg Engl 1983
77
24

Penetrating missile injuries in the Gulf war 1991.
T J Spalding, M P Stewart, D N Tulloch, K M Stephens. Br J Surg 1991
91
22

The incidence and outcome of penetrating and blunt trauma in central Bosnia: the Nova Bila Hospital for War Wounded.
M J VanRooyen, E P Sloan, A E Radvany, T Perić, B Kuliś, V Tabak. J Trauma 1995
28
50



Trauma management in a war zone: the Lebanese war experience.
Z Nassoura, H Hajj, O Dajani, N Jabbour, M Ismail, T Tarazi, G Khoury, F Najjar. J Trauma 1991
38
31

Field surgery on a future conventional battlefield: strategy and wound management.
J M Ryan, G J Cooper, I R Haywood, S M Milner. Ann R Coll Surg Engl 1991
63
18


Medical statistics of battlefield casualties.
A Trouwborst, B K Weber, D Dufour. Injury 1987
42
19



The siege of Tripoli 1983: war surgery in Lebanon.
E Fosse, H Husum, C Giannou. J Trauma 1988
17
41


Abdominal trauma in war.
D P Rignault. World J Surg 1992
24
29

Technical aspects of war wound excision.
R M Coupland. Br J Surg 1989
61
11

War injuries during the Gulf War: experience of a teaching hospital in Kuwait.
A Behbehani, F Abu-Zidan, N Hasaniya, J Merei. Ann R Coll Surg Engl 1994
22
27





'Damage control': an approach for improved survival in exsanguinating penetrating abdominal injury.
M F Rotondo, C W Schwab, M D McGonigal, G R Phillips, T M Fruchterman, D R Kauder, B A Latenser, P A Angood. J Trauma 1993
850
8

Deaths and injuries caused by land mines in Mozambique.
A Ascherio, R Biellik, A Epstein, G Snetro, S Gloyd, B Ayotte, P R Epstein. Lancet 1995
54
9





Combat casualties in Northern Thailand: emphasis on land mine injuries and levels of amputation.
D E Johnson, A Fleming, B Wongrukmitr, L W Traverso. Mil Med 1981
16
25




Vascular injuries caused by anti-personnel mines.
R Fasol, S Irvine, P Zilla. J Cardiovasc Surg (Torino) 1989
13
30


Primary treatment of battle casualties in the Lebanon War, 1982.
Y L Danon, E Nili, E Dolev. Isr J Med Sci 1984
20
20



A profile of combat injury.
Howard R Champion, Ronald F Bellamy, Colonel P Roberts, Ari Leppaniemi. J Trauma 2003
383
6

Surgery of war and disaster.
R Gray. Trop Doct 1991
8
50


Mandatory laparotomy for gunshot wounds penetrating the abdomen.
E E Moore, J B Moore, S Van Duzer-Moore, J S Thompson. Am J Surg 1980
110
6


Military surgery.
J T Coull. Injury 1990
8
37


War injuries of the chest.
N D Suleman, H A Rasoul. Injury 1985
13
23

Emergency medicine in the Persian Gulf War--Part 3: Battlefield casualties.
F M Burkle, C Newland, S J Meister, C G Blood. Ann Emerg Med 1994
32
9

Antipersonnel mines: who are the victims?
S J Jeffrey. J Accid Emerg Med 1996
17
17

Antipersonnel mines: the global epidemic.
E J Chaloner, S J Mannion. Ann R Coll Surg Engl 1996
11
27

The orthopaedic consequences of civil disturbance in Northern Ireland.
R J Barr, R A Mollan. J Bone Joint Surg Br 1989
12
25

Twenty-one-year experience with land mine injuries.
D B Adams, C W Schwab. J Trauma 1988
18
16



Co-cited is the co-citation frequency, indicating how many articles cite the article together with the query article. Similarity is the co-citation as percentage of the times cited of the query article or the article in the search results, whichever is the lowest. These numbers are calculated for the last 100 citations when articles are cited more than 100 times.