List of Medical Journals

List Of Medical Journals

A variety of medical journals exist for each respective medical specialty. The list of journals can also be organized by specialty, and further into "leading" journals, and "other" journals here. Journals may also be found in dedicated sections in the articles of the medical fields of interest, e.g., obstetrics and gynaecology.

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