Here is a list of medical sites created by from Exposing Deceptive Defense Doctors by Dorothy Sims as posted here.
This is the National Library of Medicine/National Institutes of Health, with a great search site.
This is an extremely useful website. It has hundreds of protocols on how to perform procedures, and is very good for use in research if you intend to cross-examine a specialist or get involved in a medical malpractice case.
This free website allows you to search extensive medical databases for abstracts of articles by subject or author.
This is a pay website, which frequently provides the entire medical journal article (rather than an abstract, as provided by www.pubmed.com).
This is a links page from mdinabox, which gives you good links to medical subspecialties and federal research links, as well.
This website provides information, including CVs, about experts all over the world. Check out the DME and verify his CV before the deposition.
This site is the American Board of Medical Specialties. Use it to verify the defense witness’s board certification.
Medical Websites by Subspecialty:
American Board of Medical Specialties: www.abms.org
Chiropractic: www.amerchiro.org; www.accoweb.org; www.nysca.com
Emergency Services: www.aaem.org; www.abem.org; www.acep.org
Iatrogenic Injuries: www.iatrogenic.org
Immunology: www.ashi-hla.org; www.aaaai.org
Infectious Disease: www.cdc.gov/ncidod/
Oncology: www.asco.org; www.cancernet.nci.nih.gov; www.oncolink.upenn.edu
Optometry: www.aaopt.org, www.aoanet.org
Orthopedics: www.aaos.org, www.sportsmed.org
Physical Medicine: www.aapmr.org
Physical Therapy: www.aaptnet.org; www.apta.org; www.nationalrehab.org
Plastic Surgery: www.plasticsurgery.org
Preventative Medicine: www.acpm.org
Psychiatry: www.abpn.com; www.psych.org
Pulmonology: www.lungusa.org; www.aarc.org; www.chestnet.org; www.thoracic.org