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Descriptor English: Classical Article
Descriptor Spanish: Artículo Clásico
Descriptor artículo clásico
Scope note: Presentación actual de un artículo de referencia, publicado previamente, que ha marcado un hito en la historia de la medicina o de la ciencia. Generalmente se acompaña de comentarios introductorios como encabezamiento de su reimpresión, con frecuencia en un aniversario del nacimiento o el fallecimiento del autor. Por regla general la reimpresión es total, con una referencia bibliográfica a la aparición del original.
Descriptor Portuguese: Artigo Clássico
Descriptor French: Article majeur republié
Tree number(s): V02.255
V02.530.250
RDF Unique Identifier: https://id.nlm.nih.gov/mesh/D016419
Scope note: Works consisting of a current presentation of a previously printed seminal article marking a milestone in the history of medicine or science. It is usually accompanied by introductory remarks heralding its reprinting, often on the anniversary of its original publication or on an anniversary of the author's birth or death. It is usually reprinted in full, with complete bibliographical reference to the original appearance.
Annotation: this heading is used as a Publication Type; CATALOGER: Do not use
History Note: 2008(1991)
DeCS ID: 29621
Unique ID: D016419
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Date Established: 1996/01/01
Date of Entry: 1995/06/23
Revision Date: 2015/06/29
Classical Article - Preferred
Concept UI M0025107
Scope note Works consisting of a current presentation of a previously printed seminal article marking a milestone in the history of medicine or science. It is usually accompanied by introductory remarks heralding its reprinting, often on the anniversary of its original publication or on an anniversary of the author's birth or death. It is usually reprinted in full, with complete bibliographical reference to the original appearance.
Preferred term Classical Article



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