Los 50 artículos más citados en la investigación de la reparación del manguito rotador

The 50 Most Cited Articles in Rotator Cuff Repair Research

 

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https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/27458899

http://www.healio.com/orthopedics/journals/ortho/2016-11-39-6/%7B1d7a0ab7-1102-4182-a7ab-795010638b0a%7D/the-50-most-cited-articles-in-rotator-cuff-repair-research

 

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Kraeutler MJ, Freedman KB, MacLeod RA, Schrock JB, Tjoumakaris FP, McCarty EC.

Orthopedics. 2016 Nov 1;39(6):e1045-e1051. doi: 10.3928/01477447-20160714-01. Epub 2016 Jul 26.

 

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Abstract

Analysis of the number of citations within a given specialty provides information on the classic publications of that specialty. The goals of this study were to identify the 50 most cited articles on rotator cuff repair and to analyze various characteristics of these articles. The ISI Web of Science (Thomson Reuters, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) was used to conduct a search for the term rotator cuff repair. The 50 most cited articles were retrieved, and the following objective characteristics of each article were recorded: number of times cited, citation density, journal, country of origin, and language. The following subjective characteristics of each article were also recorded: article type (clinical vs basic science), article subtype, and level of evidence for clinical articles. Of the 50 most cited articles on rotator cuff repair, the number of citations ranged from 138 to 677 (mean, 232±133 citations) and citation density ranged from 3.8 to 53.5 citations per year (mean, 16.9±9.2 citations per year). The articles were published between 1974 and 2011, with most of the articles published in the 2000s (29 articles), followed by the 1990s (16 articles). The articles originated from 8 countries, with the United States accounting for 30 articles (60%). Overall, 66% of the articles were clinical and 34% were basic science. The most common article subtype was the clinical case series (48%). Of the 33 clinical articles, 24 (73%) were level IV. Among the 50 most cited articles on rotator cuff repair, the case series was the most common article subtype, showing the effect that publication of preliminary outcomes and new surgical techniques has had on surgeons performing rotator cuff repair. [Orthopedics. 2016; 39(6):e1045-e1051.].

PMID:  27458899   DOI: 10.3928/01477447-20160714-01
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