A vast source of medical articles gathered by the NIH (National
Institute of Health). Invaluable tool for research. Only shows abstacts
unless you have some kind of professional arrangement. The articles are
unreviewed. Often called Medline but not to be confused with the Medline
at www.medline.com who supply medical equipment.
This is a terrific resource from Sweden's Karolinska Institutet's
Library. All sorts of wonderful stuff here. In places speaking Swedish
would help, but most of it is in English and you can't really complain
about people writing in their native language.
This is the neurology page of medscape which has peer reviewed
articles often with the full text. Not as many articles as PubMed but they
cut out the chaff for you. You need to register to get this, but it's well
worth it as they send you a mail every month telling you what's going on.
Used by a lot of doctors.
A good source of peer-reviewed articles from this BMJ (British Journal
of Medicine) publication. Abstracts are free and relatively extensive,
but you need a subscription to get hold of the full text. Go to the search
section to access the articles.
More peer-reviewed articles from the parent publication to the above.
The BMJ (British Journal of Medicine) is the voice of the British medical
establishment. Go to the search section to access the articles. There are
relatively fewer articles on MS and neurology in general in the BMJ than
its daughter publication, the JNNP. The search engine does, however, allow
you to search all its specialist publications with the same search terms.
This site is large and is really designed to assist people browsing
hardcopy texts in the Rockefeller Medical Library at the UK Institute of
Neurology and The National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery (where
I am a patient). It includes links to online dictionaries and glossaries
and much more.