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Systematic review article and meta-analyses constitute a group of Level 1 and 2 studies and are considered at the highest level of evidence-based medicine (EBM) 1. Whereas unsystematic, narrative review articles are marred by author bias, as it is more probable to embrace only research chosen by the authors, thereby introducing bias. We believe that since […]

Systematic review article and meta-analyses constitute a group of Level 1 and 2 studies and are considered at the highest level of evidence-based medicine (EBM) 1. Whereas unsystematic, narrative review articles are marred by author bias, as it is more probable to embrace only research chosen by the authors, thereby introducing bias. We believe that […]

A research article is not complete until you have established a compelling abstract. An abstract is the preface to your hard work and the first and may be perhaps the only thing someone will ever read about your research. An abstract is a short, self-contained, and powerful declaration that succinctly describes your exhaustive study. An […]

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