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Reporting Guidelines for Study Types
Types of Literature Reviews
How to Write a Literature Review
See Systematic Review section of the Dell Medical School Library website.
Academic Publishing - Series of articles by Clifford B. Saper in the Annals of Neurology:
Lists of Suggested Journals
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