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Sonography: Finding Articles
A guide to sonography information and research tips for ACC sonography students and faculty
Follow this link to search the PubMed database from the National Library of Medicine. Filters on the right of the results screen allow you to limit to articles available through ACC, either online or in print, and by other criteria.
Searches Medline, and includes content from journals in the fields of medicine, nursing and allied health.Limit your search to materials available through ACC, either in print or online, by clicking on the filters.
This version can be limited to full-text only, but will not indicate if we have the print versions in the library.
Articles from biomedical journals maintained by the National Library of Medicine.
Note: Please see Pubmed below to go directly to the NLM government link if you want to use ACC filters. (Limit your search to materials available through ACC, either in print or online, by clicking on the filters, like the filter for Nursing Journals or EMS journals.)
A good place to look if you're not sure where to start. An academic multi-disciplinary database with full text for nearly 9000 journals, including full text for more than 7800 peer-reviewed titles.
Scholarly articles, news, and research on topics in most subject areas.
Keywords for Sonography
Most books concerning sonography are kept in the library at the Eastview Campus. A catalog search (see the box to the left) is the best way to search for books on sonography, but if you want to browse the shelves, most sonography materials can be found under the call number WN (Radiology, Diagnostic Imaging). However, ultrasound is used to identify and treat pathologies in several body systems (circulatory, urinary, etc.), so it 's best to use the catalog for a thorough search.
Hint: use an asterisk (*) or two to expand your book and article searches: