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National Library of Medicine (U.S.). Office of the Director, Donald A.B. Lindberg Papers 1954-2017
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1. Effect of zenoplastic adrenal transplants upon limb regeneration in normal hypophysectomized newts, 1954
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2. Amputation trauma and regeneration of limbs in normal and hypophysectomized newts, 1955
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3. Generalized Shwartzman reaction in nephrectomized rabbits, 1961
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4. Quantitated urine cultures, 1961
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5. Silicone embolization, 1961
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6. Silicone embolization during clinical and experimental heart surgery employing a bubble oxygenator, 1961
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7. The influence of endotoxemia on the alveolar lining cells of the rabbit, 1962
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8. Choice of antibiotic therapy for streptococus fecalis endocarditis, 1963
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9. Automatic measurement and computer processing of bacterial growth data, 1963
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10. A recording colorimeter and 90-tube transport mechanism for measuring bacterial growth during 24 hour incubation, 1963
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11. Incidence and clinical significance of bacteremia and bactermic shock, 1963
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12. Shwartzman studies in rabbits conducted in the absence of the kidneys, 1963
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13. A computer in medicine, 1964
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14. Computer generated hospital diagnosis file, 1964
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15. The role of a digital computer in the teaching of pathology, 1964
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16. Collection, evaluation, and transmission of hospital laboratory data, 1965
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17. Exercises in the logistics of chemotherapy, 1965
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18. Electronic processing and transmission of clinical laboratory data, 1965
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19. Urologic aspects of bacteremia and septicemic shock, 1965
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20. Electronic retrieval of clinical data, 1965
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21. Letter to the Editor, 1965
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22. Patterns in clinical chemistry: low serum sodium and chloride in hospitalized patients, 1965
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23. The limitations of laboratory quality control with reference to the "number plus" method, 1965
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24. Electronic reporting, processing, and retrieval of laboratory data, 1965
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25. Operation of a hospital computer system, 1965
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26. Serum creatinine and blood urea nitrogen as measures of renal function: a computer assisted study, 1965
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27. Acquisition and utilization of hospital data using a computer system, 1966
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28. The meaning of quality control with multiple chemical analysis, 1966
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29. A general technique for computer processing of coded patient diagnoses, 1966
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30. Electronic processing of laboratory data: analysis of bacteriology finding, 1966
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31. Processing of laboratory data, 1966
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32. Computer sets stage for multi-testing, 1967
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33. Collection, evaluation and transmission of hospital laboratory data, 1967
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34. Computers in clinical medical education, 1968
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35. Consider: a computer program for medical instruction, 1968
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36. Implementation of self-check digit for patient identification number, 1968
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37. Effect of pulmonary pathogens on sufactant, 1968
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38. Use of "normal range" in multiphasic testin, 1968
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39. Automated analysis of the electrocardiogram, 1968
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40. Limitations of routine precision measurement in laboratory quality control, 1968
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42. Automatic data acquisition apparatus for multiple chemistry analyzers, 1969
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43. Computer failures and successes, 1969
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44. Information transfer requirements, 1970
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45. The medical engineering interface, 1970
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46. A quantitative study of electromicrographics of human endometrium II, 1970
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47. A statewide medical information system, 1970
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48. Host immunity and spontaneous regression cancer evaluated by computerized data reduction study, 1971
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49. Drug information: data base organization and access, 1972
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50. Computer-based union catalog project for the University of Missouri, 1972
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51. A computer-based drug information system, 1974
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52. Imprecision of laboratory determinations and diagnostic accuracy, 1974
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53. Computer simulation for testing clinical competence, 1974
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54. Conference on the computer as a research tool in the life sciences, 1974
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55. Closing remarks FASEEB conference on the computer as a research tool in the life sciences, 1974
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56. Data privacy - ethical and legal considerations: special aspects of medical computer records with respect to data privacy, 1975
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57. Confidentiality of computer medical data, 1975
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58. Disease patterns of patients with Sm antibodies, 1977
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59. Disease pattern in patients with antibodies only to nuclear ribonucleoprotein, 1977
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60. A computer-based drug information system, 1977
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61. Information processing for clinical research in rheumatology, 1978
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62. Analysis of blood chemical components distributions based on thermodynamic principles, 1978
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63. A microprocessor-based retrieval system for clinical applications, 1978
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64. Assessment of medical information systems technology, 1979
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65. The development and diffusion of a medical technology: medical information systems, 1979
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66. Introduction, health care technology evaluation proceedings, 1979
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67. The status of medical information system technology, 1979
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68. The problem of assessing the worth of drug information systems, 1979
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69. Analysis of information content of blood chemical components by thermodynamic model, 1979
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70. Objective derivation of clinical discriminators for mixed connective tissue disease, 1979
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71. Identification of a clinical subset of systemic lupus erythematosus by antibodies to the Sm antigen, 1979
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72. Information systems for rural health: problems and potential benefits, 1980
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73. A knowledge-based system for consultation about blood coagulation studies, 1980
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74. Computer-based rheumatology consultant, 1980
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75. Information content of clinical blood chemistry data, 1980
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76. Design of a criteria-based rheumatology consulting system for a microcomputer, 1980
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77. Computer assisted Bayesian diagnosis of connective tissue diseases, 1980
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78. Estimatability of blood chemistry variables based on a two-compartmented thermodynamic model, 1980
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79. AI/RHEUM: A consultant system for rheumatology, 1983
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80. In search of the hospital information system, 1981
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81. AI/COAG: a knowledge-based system for consultation about human hemostasis disorders: progress report, 1981
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82. Computer assisted Bayesian diagnosis of connective tissue diseases, 1981
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83. Information systems and patient care, 1982
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84. A knowledge-based consultant system for problems in human hemostasis, 1982
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85. A expert consultant system in rheumatology: AI/RHEUM, 1982
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86. Computer networks within health care: the state of the art in the USA, 1982
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87. New technological determinants of future MIS developments, 1982
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88. A new knowledge representation for diagnosis in rheumatology, 1982
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89. Diffusion of medical information systems technology in United States, 1982
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90. Evaluation of an AI consultant in rheumatology: clinical requirements, 1983
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91. Testing of a criteria-based consultant in rheumatology, 1983
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92. Research methods in AI model building: the history of a project, 1983
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93. Medical informatics education and US medical schools, 1983
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95. Use of communication networks in medicine in the USA, 1983
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96. AI/COAG, a knowledge-based surrogate for the human hemostasis expert, 1983
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97. The expert consultant as teacher, 1983
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98. Editorial, on international scientific congresses, 1984
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99. Criteria tables as a possibly general knowledge representation, 1984
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100. Subgroup report on medical information science skills, 1984
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101. Health data management in the 1990s, 1985
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102. The criteria table form of knowledge representation in medical artificial intelligence, 1986
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103. Evolution of medical informatics, 1986
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104. Medical informatics/computers in medicine, 1986, 1995
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105. The AI/Rheum knowledge-based consultant system in rheumatology, 1986
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106. Anatomy of a knowledge-based system: AI/Rheum, 1986
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The National Library of Medicine and Medical Informatics, 1986
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107. Retraction of research findings, 1987
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108. Developing damage control for bad data, 1987
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110. The AI/Rheum knowledge-based computer consultant system in rheumatology: performance in the diagnosis of 59 connective tissue disease cases from Japan, 1988
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The IAIMS Opportunity: The NLM View, 1988
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111. Information management for health and science, 1989
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112. Issues in information storage, dissemination and retrieval, 1989
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113. The National Library of Medicine, 1989
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114. Computer systems that understand medical meaning, 1989
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115. Building the unified medical language system, 1989
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116. Information systems to support medical practice and scientific discovery, 1989
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117. Information policy, 1989
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118. Keynote address: in praise of computing, 1990
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119. The UMLS knowledge sources: tools for building better user interfaces, 1990
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120. The UMLS knowledge sources, 1990
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121. Evaluating the impact of MEDLINE using the Critical Incident Technique, 1991
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122. On assessing the impact of medical information: does MEDLINE make a difference?, 1991
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123. Assessing and enhancing the value of the UMLS knowledge sources, 1991
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124. Coach: an expert searcher program to assist Grateful Med Users searching MEDLINE, 1992
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125. The unified medical language system (UMLS) and computer-based patient records, 1992
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126. The unified medical language system project: a distributed experiment in improving access to biomedical information, 1992
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127. Medical information systems of the future, 1992
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128. The unified medical language system, 1993
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129. The UMLS project: making the conceptual connection between users and the information they need, 1993
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130. Use of MEDLINE by physicians for clinical problem solving, 1993
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131. National initiatives in the USA: the NLM experience, 1993
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132. High performance libraries, 1993
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133. High performance computing and communications: the medical connection, 1993
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134. Information: an interconnected world, 1993
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135. Global information infrastructure, 1994
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136. NLM is exit on information superhighway (letter), 1994
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Information Access Enhanced at NLM, 1994
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137. HPCC and the national information infrastructure: an overview, 1995
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138. The high-performance computing and communications program, the national information infrastructure, and health care, 1995
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139. High-performance computing and communications and the national information infrastructure: new opportunities and challenges, 1995
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140. Computers in medicine, 1995
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141. Introduction, building the national health information infrastructure: the role of high-performance computing and communications, 1995
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142. Telemedicine protocols and standards: development and implementation, 1995
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143. Information technology and lifelong learning for physicians, 1995
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144. Computer data security is in SCAMC focus, 1995
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145. Medical computing high and low, 1995
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NLM Net Captures Growing Universe, 1995
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146. The modern library: lost and found, 1996
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147. Medical informatics, 1996
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148. The NLM and grateful med: promise, public health, and policy, 1996
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NLM Logs Increase in Online Searches, 1996
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149. Innovations raise visibility of NLM, 1997
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150. IAIMS today, IAIMS tomorrow, 1997
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151. Medical informatics, 1997
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152. The unified medical language system: a distributed national experiment, 1997
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153. The unified medical language system: an informatics research collaboration, 1998
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154. Medicine and health on the internet: the good, the bad and the ugly, 1998
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155. G7: a framework for international cooperation in medical informatics, 1998
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NLM Opens its Resources, 1998
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156. The promise: a time of change for medical informatics in the USA, 1999
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NLM Expands Public Access, 1999
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157. Transferring research through high performance computing, 2000
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158. Bio-medical electronics- update, 2000
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159. Internet access to the National Library of Medicine, 2000
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NLM Seeks to Enhance Public Access, 2000
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160. MSJAMA: the National Library of Medicine's web site for physicians and patients, 2001
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161. "You have to be there": twenty-five years of SCAMC/AMIA symposia, 2002
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162. Medicine in the 21st century: global problems, global solutions, 2002
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163. National Library of Medicine: encyclopedia of library and information science, 2003
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164. Biomedical informatics: precious scientific resource and public policy dilemma, 2003
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NLM Expands Access to Health Research Information, 2004
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165. 2015 - the future of medical libraries, 2005
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166. Research opportunities and challenges in 2005, 2005
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NLM Health Care Information Resources Expanded, 2005
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167. Commentary on G. Octo Barnett's report to the computer research study section, 2006
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168. Searching the medical literature, 2006
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169. Issues in the registration of clinical trials, 2007
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170. Diagnostic error: is overconfidence the problem?, 2008
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171. Rising expectations: access to biomedical information, 2008
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172. My flying machine was out of order, 2009
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173. The National Library of Medicine, 2010