Compliance of systematic reviews articles in brain arteriovenous malformation with PRISMA statement guidelines: Review of literature

@article{Akhigbe2017ComplianceOS,
  title={Compliance of systematic reviews articles in brain arteriovenous malformation with PRISMA statement guidelines: Review of literature},
  author={Taiwo Akhigbe and Adalan Zolnourian and Diederik O Bulters},
  journal={Journal of Clinical Neuroscience},
  year={2017},
  volume={39},
  pages={45-48}
}
BACKGROUND The knowledge of reporting compliance of systematic reviews with PRISMA guidelines may assist in improving the quality of secondary research in brain AVM management and subsequently application to patient population and clinical practice. This may allow researchers and clinicians to be equipped to appraise existing literatures based on known deficit to look for or expect. The objective of this study was to assess the compliance of systematic reviews and meta-analysis in the… Expand
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