.RU

Title: Optometry and Vision Science - Personal Research Database

Title: Optometry and Vision Science


Full Journal Title: Optometry and Vision Science

ISO Abbreviated Title:

JCR Abbreviated Title:

ISSN:

Issues/Year:

Journal Country/Territory:

Language:

Publisher:

Publisher Address:

Subject Categories:

: Impact Factor

? Efron, N., Brennan, N.A. and Nichols, J.J. (2012), Citation analysis of the contact lens field. Optometry and Vision Science,

89

(1), 70-79.

Full Text: 2012\Opt Vis Sci89, 70.pdf

Abstract: Purpose. To identify, analyze, and celebrate the most highly cited articles relating to contact lenses and the leading authors, journals, institutions, and countries associated with these publications. Methods. To capture all contact lens articles published since 1900, a search equation targeting specific contact lens-related terms in the titles of articles was derived and entered into “Web of Science.” A rank order list of the 1000 most highly cited articles was assembled, each having received at least eight citations. The most prominent articles, authors, journals, institutions, and countries were identified from this list by simple counts. Results. The most highly cited article relating to contact lenses (although cited exclusively in the physical sciences literature) is that of Phillip and Schmidt (J Non Cryst Solids 1984; 63: 288-92), reporting the application of the sol-gel process for the fabrication of rigid contact lenses. Eight of the top 10 articles ranked according to average number of citations/year relate to contact lens-associated microbial keratitis. Of the top eight authors, six have spent all, or a substantial proportion, of their academic careers in Australia and seven have worked in optometric research environments. Optometry and Vision Science is the leading journal. The top-ranked institution is The University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia. The United States is the most prominent publishing country in the field, and Australia ranks highest when the numbers of highly cited articles are considered per head of population. Conclusions. This work provides a unique snapshot of significant articles relating to contact lenses. (Optom Vis Sci 2012; 89: 70-79).

Keywords: Articles, Australia, Authors, Citation, Citation Analysis, Citations, Contact Lenses, Cornea, Countries, Daily-Wear, Field, Highly Cited Articles, Highly-Cited, Index, Institutions, Journal, Journals, Literature, Methods, Microbial Keratitis, Ophthalmology, Outbreak, Process, Publications, Publishing, Research, Science, Sciences, Ulcerative Keratitis, United States, University, Users

Title: Oral Diseases


Full Journal Title: Oral Diseases

ISO Abbreviated Title:

JCR Abbreviated Title:

ISSN:

Issues/Year:

Journal Country/Territory:

Language:

Publisher:

Publisher Address:

Subject Categories:

: Impact Factor

? Sarasquete, M.E., Gonzalez, M., Miguel, J.F.S. and Garcia-Sanz, R. (2009), Bisphosphonate-related osteonecrosis: Genetic and acquired risk factors. Oral Diseases,

15

(6), 382-387.

Full Text: 2009\Ora Dis15, 382.pdf

Abstract: The objectives of this study were to review epidemiological, clinical and biological aspects associated with the development of bisphosphonate-related osteonecrosis of the jaw (BRONJ) in multiple myeloma (MM) patients, with special emphasis on the genetic aspects. A detailed review of previously described risk factors as well as recent genetic findings mostly comprises this work. The most recent meeting abstracts and relevant articles published in journals covered by the Science Citation Index and Medline are also examined. The review pays special attention to the genetic component of BRONJ. A total of 15 series and 14 guidelines or revisions were selected to fit the aims of the review. Gene variability was reviewed in depth to give a clinical illustration on the genetic aspects of BRONJ. Crude prevalence and 5-year cumulative incidence were considered as the most important end points for predictive purposes. Several acquired factors were recognized as predictors for BRONJ in MM, especially intravenous bisphosphonates, dental trauma and advanced age. Among genetic factors, polymorphisms on CYP2C8 gene arise as a promising risk factor. Bisphosphonate-related osteonecrosis of the jaw can be predicted with a conjunction of genetic and environmental risk factors.

Keywords: Bisphosphonates, Bone-Disease, Cancer-Chemotherapy, Citation, DichloroMethylene Bisphosphonate, Double-Blind, Genetic Risk Factors, GTP-Binding Proteins, Jaw, Journals, Medline, Multiple-Myeloma Patients, Osteonecrosis of the Jaw, Pamidronate, Review, Risk Factor, Risk Factors, Science, Science Citation Index, Skeletal Complications, Zoledronic Acid

? Riordain, R.N. and McCreary, C. (2010), The use of quality of life measures in oral medicine: A review of the literature. Oral Diseases,

16

(5), 419-430.

Full Text: 2010\Ora Dis16, 419.pdf

Abstract: OBJECTIVES: To explore the use of patient reported quality of life measures in oral medicine, to highlight the importance of use of these measures in oral medicine practice and to provide guidance for the selection of such measures in the future. METHODS: A detailed literature review was undertaken to investigate the use of quality of life measures in oral medicine. The databases searched were MEDLINE (through PUBMED), EMBASE, CINDHL, Web of Science Citation Index and the Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews and randomised controlled trials. RESULTS: The initial literature search yielded a total of 5310 citations; however, only 63 of these fulfilled the inclusion criteria. Twenty-two articles were regarding oral mucosa! conditions, 14 related to orofacial pain disorders and 27 were regarding salivary gland-related conditions. CONCLUSIONS: The evaluation of quality of life in oral medicine has a broad applicability, providing information in treatment-based studies and population-based studies. A predominance of generic and oral health specific quality of life measures are being used to a limited extent in oral medicine practice. A scarcity of reports of the development, validation or use of disease specific measures is evident. Oral Diseases (2010) 16, 419-430.

Keywords: Behcets-Disease, Centered Outcome Measures, Citation, Citations, Cochrane, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Controlled-Trial, Database, Databases, Development, Disease, Diseases, Embase, Evaluation, Information, Lichen-Planus, Literature, Literature Review, Medicine, Medline, Mucosal Disease, Neck-Cancer, Oral Medicine, Pain, Practice, Primary Sjogrens-Syndrome, Pubmed, Quality of Life, Recurrent Aphthous Stomatitis, Review, Science, Science Citation Index, Systematic, Temporomandibular Disorder Pain, Validation, Web of Science

? Riordain, R.N. and McCreary, C. (2010), The use of quality of life measures in oral medicine: A review of the literature. Oral Diseases,

16

(5), 419-430.

Full Text: 2010\Ora Dis16, 419.pdf

Abstract: OBJECTIVES: To explore the use of patient reported quality of life measures in oral medicine, to highlight the importance of use of these measures in oral medicine practice and to provide guidance for the selection of such measures in the future. METHODS: A detailed literature review was undertaken to investigate the use of quality of life measures in oral medicine. The databases searched were MEDLINE (through PubMed), EMBASE, CINDHL, Web of Science Citation Index and the Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews and randomised controlled trials. RESULTS: The initial literature search yielded a total of 5310 citations; however, only 63 of these fulfilled the inclusion criteria. Twenty-two articles were regarding oral mucosa! conditions, 14 related to orofacial pain disorders and 27 were regarding salivary gland-related conditions. CONCLUSIONS: The evaluation of quality of life in oral medicine has a broad applicability, providing information in treatment-based studies and population-based studies. A predominance of generic and oral health specific quality of life measures are being used to a limited extent in oral medicine practice. A scarcity of reports of the development, validation or use of disease specific measures is evident. Oral Diseases (2010) 16, 419-430.

Keywords: Articles, Behcets-Disease, Centered Outcome Measures, Citation, Citations, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Controlled-Trial, Criteria, Database, Databases, Development, Evaluation, Health, Lichen-Planus, Literature, Literature Review, Medicine, Medline, Mucosal Disease, Neck-Cancer, Oral Medicine, Orofacial Pain, Pain, Primary Sjogrens-Syndrome, Pubmed, Quality of Life, Randomised Controlled Trials, Recurrent Aphthous Stomatitis, Review, Science, Science Citation Index, Selection, Temporomandibular Disorder Pain, Validation, Web of Science
2010-07-19 18:44 Читать похожую статью
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • © Помощь студентам
    Образовательные документы для студентов.