Hello, everyone.  Perhaps you might find this tip useful; please feel free to repost.  Here are a few examples that I use to point out why one shouldn't guess the title from a journal title abbreviation.  (I then show them in PubMed that hovering the mouse over the abbreviation displays the full journal title.)

Radiol Med. = La Radiologia medica

Rev Neurol (2 different journals) = Revista de neurologia
                                                                 Revue neurologique

If you know of any other good examples, please let me know.

Take care,


Tanya Feddern-Bekcan, MLIS, AHIP, MOT, OTR/L formerly Tanya Feddern
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