Details tab Even though you only typed “swallowing disorders,” PubMed automatically searches the relevant MeSH term along with your text words. In addition non-MeSH terms are searched both as words and as phrases.
Results List: changing from the Summary View Click on the drop-down arrow next to Display Summary and choose the relevant display. Abstract provides the abstracts; AbstractPlus, abstracts and supplemental material.
AbstractPlus display The AbstractPlus View provides links to related articles, links to results in other NCBI databases, links to the publisher site (fulltext is available if the institution has a subscription, and—if you have registered with NCBI—the holdings of the medical library(s) of your choice, in this case UTMemphis.
Authors—last name first, at least one initial, no punctuation
Example: Studebaker GA
Subject/keyword concepts—string in words, no Boolean connectors
Example: dysphasia children treatment
(("aphasia"[TIAB] NOT Medline[SB]) OR "aphasia"[MeSH Terms] OR dysphasia[Text Word]) AND (("child"[TIAB] NOT Medline[SB]) OR "child"[MeSH Terms] OR children[Text Word]) AND ("therapy"[Subheading] OR ("therapeutics"[TIAB] NOT Medline[SB]) OR "therapeutics"[MeSH Terms] OR treatment[Text Word]) TRANSLATION=
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