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LogoKeyPointsBox.pngUse the syntax <ref><pmid>refno</pmid></ref>
to generate full pubmed references
  1. The preferred house style for important references is <ref>[[pubmed:refno|Reference details]]</ref> which if you use the syntax <ref><pmid>refno</pmid></ref> will be generated automatically for you as long as you input the pmid number (refno).
  2. At the end of the article insert {{Refsec}}


More details are given in Use of citations.

However for inline links you may simply use [[Pubmed:12345678]], where '12345678' is the Pubmed ID (PMID)!

Example: Pubmed:16308242

Or to be really flash, use [[Pubmed:12345678| some text]], where 'some text' is what you'd like the link to look like.

Example: Treatment failure of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus endocarditis with linezolid

which was created with the following:

[[Pubmed:16308242|Treatment failure of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus endocarditis with linezolid]]

You can find the unique pubmed identifier for an article very quickly usually by pasting the articles title or other details into the single citation search screen on pubmed.