British medical journal (Br Med J)

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1 Smoking and carcinoma of the lung; preliminary report. 1950 55.13
2 Campylobacter enteritis: a "new" disease. 1977 34.77
3 Mortality in relation to smoking: 20 years' observations on male British doctors. 1976 28.28
4 MORTALITY IN RELATION TO SMOKING: TEN YEARS' OBSERVATIONS OF BRITISH DOCTORS. 1964 28.21
5 Illness in general practice. 1949 25.99
6 Effect of general practitioners' advice against smoking. 1979 24.07
7 The general practitioner and the in influenza problem. 1947 23.75
8 Influenza Epidemics and the Influenza Viruses-I. 1945 22.38
9 Cortisone in ulcerative colitis; preliminary report on a therapeutic trial. 1954 20.09
10 Studies of a general practice. II. The doctor's job in an urban area. 1954 20.05
11 A year of general practice; a study in morbidity. 1952 19.80
12 Cortisone in ulcerative colitis; final report on a therapeutic trial. 1955 19.22
13 Maximum forced expiratory flow rate as a measure of ventilatory capacity: with a description of a new portable instrument for measuring it. 1959 18.26
14 The mortality of doctors in relation to their smoking habits; a preliminary report. 1954 18.11
15 Prevalence, natural history, and relationship of wheezy bronchitis and asthma in children. An epidemiological study. 1969 17.66
16 Microbiological studies on a new broad-spectrum penicilin, "Penbritin". 1961 16.88
17 Lung cancer and other causes of death in relation to smoking; a second report on the mortality of British doctors. 1956 16.29
18 Just what the doctor ordered. An analysis of treatment in a general practice. 1960 16.22
19 A survey of childhood malignancies. 1958 15.84
20 The blood groups in relation to peptic ulceration and carcinoma of colon, rectum, breast, and bronchus; an association between the ABO groups and peptic ulceration. 1954 15.70
21 Expressions of morbidity in general practice. 1971 15.66
22 A relationship between cancer of stomach and the ABO blood groups. 1953 14.97
23 Observations on recent increase in mortality from asthma. 1968 14.82
24 Twelve-minute walking test for assessing disability in chronic bronchitis. 1976 14.74
25 Effect of large doses of histamine on gastric secretion of HCI; an augmented histamine test. 1953 14.58
26 Pulmonary tuberculosis in the Rhondda Fach; an interim report of a survey of a mining community. 1952 13.43
27 A study of the aetiology of carcinoma of the lung. 1952 13.36
28 Lung cancer death rates among non-smokers and pipe and cigarette smokers; an evaluation in relation to air pollution by benzpyrene and other substances. 1955 13.34
29 Psychiatric illness in general practice. A detailed study using a new method of case identification. 1970 13.12
30 The natural history of chronic airflow obstruction. 1977 13.04
31 Respiratory symptoms and pulmonary disability in an industrial town; survey of a random sample of the population. 1956 12.90
32 MORTALITY IN RELATION TO SMOKING: TEN YEARS' OBSERVATIONS OF BRITISH DOCTORS. 1964 12.84
33 Towards positive diagnosis of the irritable bowel. 1978 12.79
34 Infantile diarrhoea and vomiting; a clinical and bacteriological investigation. 1949 12.76
35 The significance of respiratory symptoms and the diagnosis of chronic bronchitis in a working population. 1959 12.70
36 Duration of last attack in 998 fatal cases of coronary artery disease and its relation to possible cardiac resuscitation. 1968 12.67
37 Assessment of clinical competence using objective structured examination. 1975 12.57
38 STREPTOMYCIN treatment of pulmonary tuberculosis. 1948 12.23
39 Intensive hospital monitoring of adverse reactions to drugs. 1969 12.09
40 Pulmonary valvulotomy for the relief of congenital pulmonary stenosis; report of three cases. 1948 11.87
41 Investigation of deaths from pulmonary, coronary, and cerebral thrombosis and embolism in women of child-bearing age. 1968 11.26
42 Respiratory symptoms, bronchitis, and ventilatory capacity in random sample of an agricultural population. 1957 11.15
43 Protection afforded by sickle-cell trait against subtertian malareal infection. 1954 11.13
44 A survey of 17,301 prescriptions on from E.C. 10. 1952 11.07
45 Laboratory diagnosis of infections of the urinary tract in general practice by means of a dip-inoculum transport medium. 1965 10.97
46 An epidemiological study of rheumatoid arthritis associated with characteristic chest x-ray appearances in coal-workers. 1953 10.93
47 Asthma deaths in Cardiff 1963-74: 90 deaths outside hospital. 1976 10.53
48 Terminal symptoms in children dying suddenly and unexpectedly at home. Preliminary report of the DHSS multicentre study of postneonatal mortality. 1978 10.39
49 Referrals in general practice. 1956 10.23
50 B.M.A. deputizing service in Sheffield, 1970. 1973 9.83
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