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International Journal of Computerized Dentistry

Edited by Albert Mehl, Olaf Schenk

Official publication of the International Society of Computerized Dentistry

ISSN 1463-4201


Fall 2009
Volume 12 , Issue 3

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Development of a Bibliographical Search Matrix

Rybczynski, Arthur / Vahle-Hinz, Kai / Jakstat, Holger / Ahlers, M. Oliver

Pages: 207 - 221

Apart from monographs, textbook publications and publications on websites, scientific studies have also been published concerning the method of condyle position analysis. Determination of the current research status, which can serve as basis for further scientific publications, would therefore be helpful. Accessing the texts published on this subject in scientific journals is comparatively difficult, since a keyworded search term by which the subject area can be narrowed down directly is not available in the Medline database. The development of a computerassisted bibliographical search matrix, which facilitates clear identification of relevant publications in scientific journals through Medline, is described in this paper as an example. This search matrix can be used in corresponding web services and can also be imported into research software and saved for future computer-assisted searches. The currently available scientific studies on condyle position analysis have been found and structured with regard to contents on the basis of the search matrix and with the aid of other research sources. The matrix describing the structure of the contents serves as a logical classification on the basis of which the publications have been classified. In addition to the classification by subject, the evidence levels were determined for the scientific studies on the basis of their concept and thus the external evidence on condyle position analysis as a procedure was developed. Keywords: condyle position, literature research, retrieval/search strategy, levels of evidence

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