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Radiology specific search engine

As I’m at home again, let’s get back to medical blogging. I’ve recently come across a radiology specific search engine which has some great features. You don’t have to use multiple different search engines for specific tasks, because RadiologySearch.net combines it all:

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Just some of the features:

  • Semantic (relational) search with search refinements
  • Searching in peer-reviewed scientific journals; images; radiology cases; teaching files; books; lectures; videos and many more.
  • Latest news and publications (general Radiology and subspecialty-specific )
  • Customization of search and you can import the search engine into your own website

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This is a great example of medical search engines. I hope to see many more in different fields of medicine.

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  1. Thanks for the info, I’l be sure to use the site!

    March 6, 2008

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