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Question Where to put non-PubMed Publication?

I have 2 publications in a Journal which is not Pub Med indexed.
The Journal is Peer Reviewed and Indexed in Ind Med (That's the indexing body in India, I am an IMG)
The journal is physically printed and also provides a URL to access it online.
Its one of the top 10 journals in Circulation in India.

About my Pubs: One is a rare case report, the other is an analysis on 2000 people on an aspect of etiopathology on Urinary tract stone formation.


Where do you think i should list them on Myeras ?

Do i list them Peer Reviewed Journal Articles/Abstracts
(But i dont have a Pub Med Number which they need)

Or under Peer Reviewed Online Publication
(But its not really an online journal, it does however provide a URL online)


Any help in this regard would be very appreciated.
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Put it in Peer Reviewed Journal and leave the Pubmed entry blank.

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Put it in Peer Reviewed Journal and leave the Pubmed entry blank.

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I cant keep the PubMed Number Blank...
It is a prerequisite !
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Then I guess your only option is to put it in (Other Articles).

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