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



Times Cited
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Similarity


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
44



Viet Nam wound analysis.
R M Hardaway. J Trauma 1978
155
38

Afghan war wounded: experience with 200 cases.
J Rautio, P Paavolainen. J Trauma 1988
61
38


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
33

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
27

Gulf war wounds: application of the Red Cross wound classification.
G W Bowyer, M P Stewart, J M Ryan. Injury 1993
20
27

Assessment of bullet disruption in armed conflicts.
R M Coupland, V Hoikka, O G Sjoeklint, P Cuenod, G C Cauderay, L Doswald-Beck. Lancet 1992
9
44



Fatalities in the war in Croatia, 1991 and 1992. Underlying and external causes of death.
M Kuzman, B Tomić, R Stevanović, M Ljubicić, D Katalinić, U Rodin. JAMA 1993
18
22

United States Army Rangers in Somalia: an analysis of combat casualties on an urban battlefield.
R L Mabry, J B Holcomb, A M Baker, C C Cloonan, J M Uhorchak, D E Perkins, A J Canfield, J H Hagmann. J Trauma 2000
304
22


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
22

Management of Gulf War casualties.
H M Souka. Br J Surg 1992
17
23

A profile of combat injury.
Howard R Champion, Ronald F Bellamy, Colonel P Roberts, Ari Leppaniemi. J Trauma 2003
383
22






Small fragment wounds: biophysics and pathophysiology.
G W Bowyer, G J Cooper, P Rice. J Trauma 1996
42
16


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
16

Explosions and blast injuries.
J M Wightman, S L Gladish. Ann Emerg Med 2001
178
16

A U.S. Army Forward Surgical Team's experience in Operation Iraqi Freedom.
Tarak H Patel, Kimberly A Wenner, Shaun A Price, Michael A Weber, Autumn Leveridge, Scott J McAtee. J Trauma 2004
118
16



Principles of war surgery.
Steve J Mannion, Eddie Chaloner. BMJ 2005
22
16

Abdominal trauma in war.
D P Rignault. World J Surg 1992
24
16

Wounding potential of the Russian AK-74 assault rifle.
M L Fackler, J S Surinchak, J A Malinowski, R E Bowen. J Trauma 1984
47
11

Bullet fragmentation: a major cause of tissue disruption.
M L Fackler, J S Surinchak, J A Malinowski, R E Bowen. J Trauma 1984
93
11


The medical effects of conventional weapons.
R F Bellamy. World J Surg 1992
33
11


The management of war wounds involving bone.
D I Rowley. J Bone Joint Surg Br 1996
35
11

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
11

Low-velocity gunshot wounds to extremities.
N A Marcus, W F Blair, J M Shuck, G E Omer. J Trauma 1980
68
11


Infection in minor gunshot wounds.
G J Ordog, G F Sheppard, J S Wasserberger, S Balasubramanium, W C Shoemaker. J Trauma 1993
44
11


Medical consequences of terrorism. The conventional weapon threat.
M Stein, A Hirshberg. Surg Clin North Am 1999
126
11


Blast injuries.
J S Stapczynski. Ann Emerg Med 1982
44
11

Post Gulf war explosive injuries in liberated Kuwait.
J Bajec, R K Gang, A R Lari. Injury 1993
21
11

Management of small fragment wounds in war: current research.
G W Bowyer, G J Cooper, P Rice. Ann R Coll Surg Engl 1995
18
11

Blast injury from explosive munitions.
I Cernak, J Savic, D Ignjatovic, M Jevtic. J Trauma 1999
115
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.