A citation-based method for searching scientific literature

N Andersson, C P da Sousa, S Paredes. BMJ 1995
Times Cited: 94







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



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  Times     Co-cited
Similarity


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
55


The medical and social consequences of land mines in Cambodia.
E Stover, A S Keller, J Cobey, S Sopheap. JAMA 1994
30
40

Landmine injuries in Eritrea.
K Hanevik, G Kvâle. BMJ 2000
17
64

Antipersonnel mines: who are the victims?
S J Jeffrey. J Accid Emerg Med 1996
17
58

Death and injury from landmines and unexploded ordnance in Afghanistan.
Oleg O Bilukha, Muireann Brennan, Bradley A Woodruff. JAMA 2003
40
25

Rehabilitation of landmine victims--the ultimate challenge.
Nicolas E Walsh, Wendy S Walsh. Bull World Health Organ 2003
35
25




The consequence of land mines on public health.
F Kakar, F Bassani, C J Romer, S W Gunn. Prehosp Disaster Med 1996
15
46

Chronic pain in land mine accident survivors in Cambodia and Kurdistan.
Hans Husum, Kirsten Resell, Gyri Vorren, Yang Van Heng, Mudhafar Murad, Mads Gilbert, Torben Wisborg. Soc Sci Med 2002
20
35

Mortality in land-mine accidents in Iran.
Hameed Reza Jahunlu, Hans Husum, Torben Wisborg. Prehosp Disaster Med 2002
17
41


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
5

Civilian landmine injuries in Sri Lanka.
P Meade, J Mirocha. J Trauma 2000
23
21





Injuries and deaths due to victim-activated improvised explosive devices, landmines and other explosive remnants of war in Nepal.
Oleg O Bilukha, Hugues Laurenge, Luhar Danee, Krishna P Subedi, Kristin Becknell. Inj Prev 2011
15
33



Afghan war wounded: experience with 200 cases.
J Rautio, P Paavolainen. J Trauma 1988
61
6

The incidence of landmine injuries in Kuito, Angola.
E J Chaloner. J R Coll Surg Edinb 1996
10
40

Preventing land mine--related injury and disability: a public health perspective.
E G Krug, R M Ikeda, M L Qualls, M A Anderson, M L Rosenberg, R J Jackson. JAMA 1998
10
40


Twenty-one-year experience with land mine injuries.
D B Adams, C W Schwab. J Trauma 1988
18
22

Landmine-related injuries, 1993-1996.
. MMWR Morb Mortal Wkly Rep 1997
6
66

Land mine injuries: a study of 708 victims in North Iraq and Cambodia.
Hans Husum, Mads Gilbert, Torben Wisborg, Yang Van Heng, Mudhafar Murad. Mil Med 2003
10
40


Social audit of provincial health services: building the community voice into planning in South Africa.
Neil Andersson, Judith Matthis, Sergio Paredes, Ncumisa Ngxowa. J Interprof Care 2004
11
36



The psychosocial effects of landmines in Jaffna.
Hentry Roche Gunaratnam, Sinothaya Gunaratnam, Daya Somasundaram. Med Confl Surviv 2003
17
23

Injuries and deaths from landmines and unexploded ordnance in Afghanistan, 2002-2006.
Oleg O Bilukha, Muireann Brennan, Mark Anderson. JAMA 2007
12
33

The Australian Medical Support Force in Rwanda.
W Ramsey, L R Bridgford, R J Lusby, J H Pearn. Med J Aust 1995
10
30



The effect of weapons on health.
R M Coupland. Lancet 1996
14
21

Public health, epidemiology and war.
J Weinberg, S Simmonds. Soc Sci Med 1995
14
21


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
18



Women's health and human rights in Afghanistan.
Z Rasekh, H M Bauer, M M Manos, V Iacopino. JAMA 1998
48
6

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
3

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
31
9

Antipersonnel land mines: a vector for human suffering.
J C Cobey, N A Raymond. Ann Intern Med 2001
8
37

The impact of war on children's health in Mozambique.
J Cliff, A R Noormahomed. Soc Sci Med 1993
26
11


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.