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Articles published in Emergency Medicine International have been cited 205 times. The following is a list of the 199 articles that have cited the articles published in Emergency Medicine International.

  • M. E. Kelly, A. Heeney, C. E. Redmond, J. Costelloe, G. J. Nason, J. Ryan, D. Brophy, and D. C. Winter, “Incidental findings detected on emergency abdominal CT scans: a 1-year review,” Abdominal Imaging, 2015. View at Publisher · View at Google Scholar
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