What is MeSH library?
MeSH (Medical Subject Headings) is the National Library of Medicine’s controlled vocabulary thesaurus, used for indexing articles for the MEDLINE®/PubMED® database. Each article citation is associated with a set of MeSH terms that describe the content of the citation.
What is a MeSH term?
MeSH terms are official words or phrases selected to represent particular biomedical concepts. When labelling an article, indexers select terms only from the official MeSH list – never other spellings or variations.
What is PubMed MeSH?
MeSH is the National Library of Medicine’s (NLM’s) controlled vocabulary or subject heading list. It’s used by indexers, who are subject analysts, and maintain the PubMed database, to reflect subject content of journal articles as they are published.
What are examples of MeSH terms?
For example, the subheading “Therapy” is used with a MeSH term that describes a disease, when the article is about treatment for that disease. Publication Types: This describes the type of article that is being indexed, for example, a “Journal Article” or a “Review” or “Clinical Trial”.
How do you find a MeSH?
To search within MeSH:
- To browse a list of subject headings available in the database, click the MeSH button on the blue sub-toolbar. Users can search MeSH in MEDLINE three different ways:
- Mark the check box to the left of a term.
- Click Search Database. Your search query finds articles with the term as a MeSH Heading.
How many MeSH terms are there?
MeSH contains approximately 27,000 entries and is updated annually to reflect changes in medicine and medical terminology. MeSH terms are arranged in alphabetic order and in a hierarchical structure by subject categories with more specific terms arranged beneath broader terms.
Is mesh payments safe?
Is Mesh secure? Mesh uses 256-bit Secure Socket Layer (SSL) encryption to protect your personal data. Your information is stored in highly-secure data centers that use state-of-the art electronic surveillance and multi-factor access control systems.
How do you find a mesh?
What is the purpose of MeSH terms?
The Medical Subject Headings (MeSH) thesaurus is a controlled and hierarchically-organized vocabulary produced by the National Library of Medicine. It is used for indexing, cataloging, and searching of biomedical and health-related information.
What is the core of the polygon mesh processing library?
The core of the library is a simple and efficient halfedge mesh data structure for storing and processing polygon surface meshes. It has been carefully designed and implemented with a focus on ease of use and performance while maintaining high flexibility.
What does mesh stand for in NLM control vocabulary?
MeSH. MeSH (Medical Subject Headings) is the NLM controlled vocabulary thesaurus used for indexing articles for PubMed.
Where can I find the mesh record structure?
The MeSH record view in the Details, Qualifiers, and MeSH Tree Structure tabs should satisfy all your basic needs if you are using MeSH to search and retrieve citations. Additional information about the concepts of the record (such as Concept UI, Semantic Type, and Lexical Tag as it exists in XML MeSH ) can be viewed in the Concept tab.