See How to Get the Full-Text of an Article from a Pub Med Search for more explanation. Search History box shows how the query was translated and searched.
Links appear as green buttons saying "Dartmouth Full Text" in the Abstract display.
If the “Dartmouth Full Text” button doesn’t appear, use the "Article Linker" link to bring up a window that provides links to the full-text of the article, if available, links to the Library Catalog to check Dartmouth holdings, and a link to submit a request to Dart Doc, Dartmouth's document delivery service.
Citation information is then automatically sent to the Biomedical Libraries Document Delivery service.
See Requesting Articles with Ovid and Dart Doc for more explanation.
Users may request copies of articles by clicking on "Article Linker" and then submitting a Dart Doc request in the newly opened window.
Citation information is automatically sent to the Biomedical Libraries Document Delivery service.
Users may also use the "Me SH Database" to be guided through selection of appropriate Me SH headings.
The Me SH Database is found in the "Resources" menu at the top left, under "Literature." Limits may be applied by using the "Filters" at the left.
Expert Searches may be found by clicking on "Saved Searches/Alerts" on the Main Search Page.
Offers "Clinical Queries" feature which filters studies on therapy, diagnosis, etiology, and prognosis for sensitivity or specificity.
The National Library of Medicine's MEDLINE database is available from many sources.