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Review articles are publications that combat information overload in the health sciences by providing summaries of the literature published on a topic. There are two major types of review articles:
literature reviews and systematic reviews.
A qualitatively summary of the evidence on a topic using informal or subjective methods to collect and interpret studies.
A high level overview of primary research on a focused question that identifies, selects, synthesizes, and appraises all high quality research evidence relevant to that question.
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