Here is a tip for all regarding finding peer reviewed articles: use Google Scholar. Just google Google Scholar and voila. Unfortunately many of the entire journal articles can't be obtained unless you have a subscription to the journal but you can always get an abstract. If you really want an inaccessible article you might be able to get it from a college or university library online for free or a few nickels.
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SteveOn Apr 28, 2016 8:18 AM, "Kimberly Weaver" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:Hello!!
I am trying to find articles relating to increased velocities in (normal) extracranial exams in young patients. Can anyone point me in the right direction??
Kim Weaver, BS, RDMS(Ab,OB/GYN), RVT
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