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ginny

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The most recently added articles are:

 

Bouaziz Abed A, Ben Gamra S, Mustapha R, Chiha M, Maherzi A, et al: CVS in children. Tunis Med. 90(6):501-2, 2012.

Keller K, Beule J, Scholz M, Pfnür M, et al:CVS in Adults - Frequently Overlooked? [German] Z Gastroenterol. 50(7):694-8, 2012

Lee LY, Abbott L, Mahlangu B, Moodie SJ, et al:Management of cvs: a systematic review. Eur J Gastro Hepatol. 24(9):1001-6, 2012

Lee LY, Abbott L, Moodie S, : CVS in 28 patients: demographics, features & outcomes. Eur J Gastroent Hepatol. 24(8):939-43, 2012

Van Driessche A, Sermijn E, Paemeleire K, et al: CVS: case report & short review of the literature. Acta Clin Belg. 67(2):123-6, 2012

 

 


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Hi Ginny. Thank you for posting the recent articles. I would like to take a look at some of them. Sometimes I find it difficult to track down research articles on the internet. Every now and then, I get lucky and find them by doing a google search and can review them at no charge. Other times they only seem to be located on websites that require a fee or membership. I don't mind paying, but can you recommed a "one stop shop" where a many of these papers can be accessed by CVS patients or parents?
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Good points and I remember also trying to search for articles in the past (there is a list on the CVSA web page).

I will try to find a "one stop shop". 

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Mary Rachael Lovett Barr, CVSA Board Member and head of the Research Committee:

The easiest way for people to find the papers is to search for them on pubmed.com.  Links to the actual paper will be in the upper right hand side of the website after you click on the citation and load the webpage with the abstract.  Sometimes there are two links.  One is to the actual journal and one is to a free copy of the paper.

 

Some of the papers on the list are in “open source” journals which means they are available for free.  Other papers, you have to pay for access.  However, for most recent papers, they must be available for free after 12 months if the authors received any funding from NIH (which would be the vast majority of papers published these days).  Papers published before 2007 (when the law changed) do not have to be made available for free, although some are.  We don’t have a way at CVSA to give access to journals to members.  Some local libraries may be able to give access to some journals though.


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