Pediatric urology and the internet--does an uncommon topic decrease content quality?

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PURPOSE The Internet has become a widely used resource for patients and families to obtain medical information but the quality of information available is highly variable. We sought to determine if Web pages addressing common and uncommon pediatric urology topics differ in terms of quality or characteristics. MATERIALS AND METHODS We performed an Internet… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.juro.2009.06.056

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@article{Routh2009PediatricUA, title={Pediatric urology and the internet--does an uncommon topic decrease content quality?}, author={Jonathan C Routh and Edward Ming-Luan Gong and Caleb Nelson}, journal={The Journal of urology}, year={2009}, volume={182 4}, pages={1569-74} }