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A handy list of search tips and a glossary of terms
In PubMed, systematic reviews cover a broad set of articles that build consensus on biomedical topics and medical genetics find citations related to topics in medical genetics.
Systematic Reviews is available on result sets as a filter under article types, as well as a selection on the Clinical Queries page.
Click Clinical Queries from the PubMed homepage or from the advanced search more resources menu
Enter search terms in the search box, and then click Search
MeSH (Medical Subject Headings)
MeSH stands for Medical Subject Headings and is the vocabulary that helps to organize the citations found within the MEDLINE database (searchable in PubMed). MeSH can be used to assist users in finding the appropriate terms for their search.
MeSH reviewers read articles before they go into MEDLINE and assign appropriate subject headings to the article. These subject headings from a pre-set list (or vocabulary). MeSH applies one term to a collection of concepts - even if that exact term is not used in the article.
Try using the MeSH Browser to locate the best term to search in PubMed