A citation-based method for searching scientific literature

E E Moore, E L Dunn, J B Moore, J S Thompson. J Trauma 1981
Times Cited: 250







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411 articles co-cited >1



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Management of penetrating colon injuries. A prospective randomized trial.
C W Chappuis, D J Frey, C D Dietzen, T P Panetta, K J Buechter, I Cohn. Ann Surg 1991
141
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Organ injury scaling, II: Pancreas, duodenum, small bowel, colon, and rectum.
E E Moore, T H Cogbill, M A Malangoni, G J Jurkovich, H R Champion, T A Gennarelli, J W McAninch, H L Pachter, S R Shackford, P G Trafton. J Trauma 1990
422
22

Primary repair of colon injuries: a prospective randomized study.
L S Sasaki, R D Allaben, R Golwala, V K Mittal. J Trauma 1995
129
21

Primary repair of colon wounds. A prospective trial in nonselected patients.
S M George, T C Fabian, G R Voeller, K A Kudsk, E C Mangiante, L G Britt. Ann Surg 1989
138
20

Colostomy in penetrating colon injury: is it necessary?
R P Gonzalez, G J Merlotti, M R Holevar. J Trauma 1996
106
18

A revision of the Trauma Score.
H R Champion, W J Sacco, W S Copes, D S Gann, T A Gennarelli, M E Flanagan. J Trauma 1989
16

Penetrating colon injuries requiring resection: diversion or primary anastomosis? An AAST prospective multicenter study.
D Demetriades, J A Murray, L Chan, C Ordoñez, D Bowley, K K Nagy, E E Cornwell, G C Velmahos, N Muñoz, C Hatzitheofilou,[...]. J Trauma 2001
153
16

The fate of colonic suture lines in high-risk trauma patients: a prospective analysis.
E E Cornwell, G C Velmahos, T V Berne, J A Murray, S Chahwan, J Asensio, D Demetriades. J Am Coll Surg 1998
49
30



Civilian colon trauma: factors that predict success by primary repair.
R M Durham, C Pruitt, J Moran, W E Longo. Dis Colon Rectum 1997
31
38

Is resection with primary anastomosis following destructive colon wounds always safe?
R M Stewart, T C Fabian, M A Croce, F E Pritchard, G Minard, K A Kudsk. Am J Surg 1994
68
17

The abdominal trauma index--a critical reassessment and validation.
B C Borlase, E E Moore, F A Moore. J Trauma 1990
51
23

Further evaluation of colostomy in penetrating colon injury.
R P Gonzalez, M E Falimirski, M R Holevar. Am Surg 2000
35
34


Abdominal gunshot wounds. An urban trauma center's experience with 300 consecutive patients.
D V Feliciano, J M Burch, V Spjut-Patrinely, K L Mattox, G L Jordan. Ann Surg 1988
117
11

Factors affecting mortality and morbidity in patients with abdominal gunshot wounds.
A A Adesanya, da Rocha-Afodu JT, E E Ekanem, I R Afolabi. Injury 2000
18
61

The injured colon: relationships of management to complications.
L M Flint, G C Vitale, J D Richardson, H C Polk. Ann Surg 1981
102
11

Colorectal trauma: primary repair or anastomosis with intracolonic bypass vs. ostomy.
R E Falcone, S R Wanamaker, S A Santanello, L C Carey. Dis Colon Rectum 1992
44
22

Surveyed opinion of American trauma surgeons in management of colon injuries.
N Eshraghi, R J Mullins, J C Mayberry, D M Brand, R A Crass, D D Trunkey. J Trauma 1998
38
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Colonic resection in trauma: colostomy versus anastomosis.
J A Murray, D Demetriades, M Colson, Z Song, G C Velmahos, E E Cornwell, J A Asensio, H Belzberg, T V Berne. J Trauma 1999
53
16


Definitive treatment of colon injuries: a prospective study.
R R Ivatury, J Gaudino, M N Nallathambi, R J Simon, Z J Kazigo, W M Stahl. Am Surg 1993
52
17

Organ injury scaling: spleen, liver, and kidney.
E E Moore, S R Shackford, H L Pachter, J W McAninch, B D Browner, H R Champion, L M Flint, T A Gennarelli, M A Malangoni, M L Ramenofsky. J Trauma 1989
677
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Evolution of the treatment of the injured colon in the 1980s.
J M Burch, R R Martin, R J Richardson, D S Muldowny, K L Mattox, G L Jordan. Arch Surg 1991
56
14

Risk of infection after penetrating abdominal trauma.
R L Nichols, J W Smith, D B Klein, D D Trunkey, R H Cooper, M F Adinolfi, J Mills. N Engl J Med 1984
304
8

The high morbidity of colostomy closure after trauma: further support for the primary repair of colon injuries.
J D Berne, G C Velmahos, L S Chan, J A Asensio, D Demetriades. Surgery 1998
43
18

Current management of colon trauma.
Robert A Maxwell, Timothy C Fabian. World J Surg 2003
46
17

Gunshot wounds of the colon: role of primary repair.
D Demetriades, D Charalambides, D Pantanowitz. Ann R Coll Surg Engl 1992
41
17

Risk of infection following laparotomy for penetrating abdominal injury.
E P Dellinger, M R Oreskovich, M J Wertz, V Hamasaki, E S Lennard. Arch Surg 1984
102
7

The Injury Severity Score revisited.
W S Copes, H R Champion, W J Sacco, M M Lawnick, S L Keast, L W Bain. J Trauma 1988
622
7

A new characterization of injury severity.
H R Champion, W S Copes, W J Sacco, M M Lawnick, L W Bain, D S Gann, T Gennarelli, E Mackenzie, S Schwaitzberg. J Trauma 1990
293
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Trauma score.
H R Champion, W J Sacco, A J Carnazzo, W Copes, W J Fouty. Crit Care Med 1981
766
7

A correlation of response time and results of abdominal gunshot wounds.
M D Fiedler, L M Jones, S F Miller, R K Finley. Arch Surg 1986
21
28

A convincing case for primary repair of penetrating colon injuries.
P A Taheri, J J Ferrara, C E Johnson, K A Lamberson, L M Flint. Am J Surg 1993
29
20

Duration of antibiotic therapy for penetrating abdominal trauma: a prospective trial.
T C Fabian, M A Croce, L W Payne, G Minard, F E Pritchard, K A Kudsk. Surgery 1992
73
8

'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
6

Management of penetrating colon trauma: a cost-utility analysis.
K J Brasel, D C Borgstrom, J A Weigelt. Surgery 1999
22
27

The morbidity and financial impact of colostomy closure in trauma patients.
H L Pachter, J J Hoballah, T A Corcoran, S R Hofstetter. J Trauma 1990
58
10


The Major Trauma Outcome Study: establishing national norms for trauma care.
H R Champion, W S Copes, W J Sacco, M M Lawnick, S L Keast, L W Bain, M E Flanagan, C F Frey. J Trauma 1990
823
6

The injury severity score: an update.
S P Baker, B O'Neill. J Trauma 1976
939
6

Colostomy closure after colon injury: a low-morbidity procedure.
R A Crass, F Salbi, D D Trunkey. J Trauma 1987
44
13


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.