Tropical Medicine & Surgery

Tropical Medicine & Surgery
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Citations Report

Citations Report - Tropical Medicine & Surgery [290 Articles]

The articles published in Tropical Medicine & Surgery have been cited 290 times by eminent researchers all around the world. Following is the list of articles that have cited the articles published in Tropical Medicine & Surgery.

Thomas S, Meadows J, McQueen KK. Access to Cesarean section will reduce maternal mortality in low-income countries: A mathematical model. World journal of surgery. 2016;40:1537-1541.

Walters JL, Jackson T, Byrne D, McQueen K. Postsurgical pain in low-and middle-income countries.

McQueen K, Coonan T, Ottaway A, Dutton RP, Nuevo FR, Gathuya Z, Wilson IH. Anesthesia and perioperative care. Essential surgery: disease control priorities, 3rd edn. The International Bank for Reconstruction and Development/The World Bank, Washington. 2015;23:263-278.

Ho OA, Lin YL, Huang JJ, Cheng MH. Contralateral augmentation with a transmidline scarless technique during unilateral breast reconstruction using implants. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Global Open. 2017;5.

Suseela BB, Thiruvoth FM, Penumadu P, Chittoria RK, Mohapatra DP, Kumar SH. An Alternative Method of Breast Implant Insertion. Aesthetic surgery journal. 2016;36:NP287-288.

Neelima K. Research and Reviews: Journal of Nursing and Health Sciences.

Khan A, Khan A, Wazir NN, Ullah N, Khan OH. Relapse multifocal osteomyelitis secondary to septicemia: A case study. Archives of Pharmacy Practice. 2017;8:31-34.

Sathelli MS. Research and Reviews: Journal of Research and Reviews: Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences Pharmaceutical Sciences.

Giangaspero M. Tropical Medicine & Surgery.


Fan CK, Lin HC, da Costa Âdos S. Angiostrongylus Cantonensis Infection: Potential Threats to Inhabitants through Consumption of Giant African Land Snail in Democratic Republic of Sao Tome E Principe, West Africa. Tropical Medicine & Surgery. 2013;e108-9.

SHINWARI S. Quantitative Analyses of Medicinal Plants Diversity for Management of Diseases in Northern Pakistan (Doctoral dissertation, QUAID-I-AZAM UNIVERSITY ISLAMABAD).

Sharma R, Mody N, VYAS S, VYAS SP. Plant-Based Edible Vaccines: An Innovative Concept to Immunization. InAdvanced Molecular Plant Breeding: Meeting the Challenge of Food Security. 2018;433.

Alvarez MA. Expression of the Potentially Immunogenic Truncated Glycoprotein E2 (From Viral Bovine Diarrhoea Virus) in Nicotiana tabacum. InPlant Biotechnology for Health. 2014;133-143. 

Una AF, Ogbonnaya LU, Obionu CN, Omeje KN, Obi EI. Training of Traditional Birth Attendants on Prevention of Mother to Child Transmission of HIV: Effect on Their Knowledge and Delivery of Prevention of Mother to Child Transmission of HIV Services in Igbagu, Ebonyi State Nigeria. Archives of Current Research International. 2017;10:1-2.

Al-Timari RA. Pattern of knowledge and attitude of women in reproductive age group about Caesarean Section in Basrah city. The Medical Journal of Basrah University. 2018;36:1-6.

Muhammed OA, Khalil NA, Omara MA, Khattab MA. Risky pregnancy among women attending a rural, family healthcare unit. Menoufia Medical Journal. 2017;30:1093.

Amjad A, Amjad U, Zakar R, Usman A, Zakar MZ, Fischer F. Factors associated with caesarean deliveries among child-bearing women in Pakistan: secondary analysis of data from the Demographic and Health Survey, 2012–13. BMC pregnancy and childbirth. 2018;18:113.

Omobolanle OA, Adekemi OE, Tolulope AE, Idowu OE, Oluwafemi OT. Acceptance of caesarean section among pregnant women in Nigeria. African Journal of Midwifery and Women's Health. 2018;12:14-20.

Ishaq R, Baloch NS, Iqbal Q, Saleem F, Hassali MA, Iqbal J, Ahmed FU, Anwar M, Haider S, Godman B. Frequency and evaluation of the perceptions towards caesarean section among pregnant women attending public hospitals in Pakistan and the implications. Hospital Practice. 2017;45:104-110.