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Published on 03.03.14 in Vol 16, No 3 (2014): March

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Works citing "An Innovative Smartphone-Based Otorhinoendoscope and Its Application in Mobile Health and Teleotolaryngology"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.2959):

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  1. Ohta M, Ohira Y, Uehara T, Keira K, Noda K, Hirukawa M, Shikino K, Kajiwara H, Shimada F, Hirota Y, Ikegami A, Ikusaka M. How Accurate Are First Visit Diagnoses Using Synchronous Video Visits with Physicians?. Telemedicine and e-Health 2016;
  2. Tsai H, Tsai Y, Huang H. Nursing home nurses’ experiences of resident transfers to the emergency department: no empathy for our work environment difficulties. Journal of Clinical Nursing 2016;25(5-6):610
  3. Masalski M, Kipiński L, Grysiński T, Kręcicki T. Hearing Tests on Mobile Devices: Evaluation of the Reference Sound Level by Means of Biological Calibration. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2016;18(5):e130
  4. Milner T, Montgomery J, Stewart M. Flexible nasendoscopy: the use of smartphones as an immediate light source. Clinical Otolaryngology 2016;
  5. Hong X, Nagarajan VK, Mugler DH, Yu B. Smartphone microendoscopy for high resolution fluorescence imaging. Journal of Innovative Optical Health Sciences 2016;09(05):1650046
  6. Aggidis AG, Newman JD, Aggidis GA. Investigating pipeline and state of the art blood glucose biosensors to formulate next steps. Biosensors and Bioelectronics 2015;74:243