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PubMed Clinical Queries is a tool that automatically uses filters and MESH terms to produce results for clinical decision making.
PubMed filters allow you to be more specific about which types of articles you prefer to use. First choose the ones you may want from the More menu, then click on each one to see the articles displayed.