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Library of Congress Authorities and Authority Headings Search

 

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Library of Congress Authorities and Authority Headings Search

 

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Library of Congress Authorities

 

http://authorities.loc.gov/

 

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Search Library of Congress Authorities

 

http://authorities.loc.gov/cgi-bin/Pwebrecon.cgi?DB=local&PAGE=First

 

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Using Library of Congress Authorities, you can browse and view authority

headings for Subject, Name, Title and Name/Title combinations; and

download authority records in MARC format for use in a local library

system. This service is offered free of charge.

 

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Help on Searching Authorities

 

http://authorities.loc.gov/help/contents.htm

 

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Frequently Asked Questions

 

http://authorities.loc.gov/help/auth-faq.htm

 

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Authorities Search Tips

 

http://authorities.loc.gov/cgi-bin/Pwebrecon.cgi?DB=local&PAGE=First

 

Subject

 

- Searches are "left-anchored" (enter search starting with leftmost word)

- Truncation is automatic

 

- Searches LC Subject Headings and Annotated Card Program (AC) Headings

- Searches LC Genre/Form Thesaurus, Thesaurus for Graphic Materials, etc.

- Searches other subject systems (e.g., Medical subject headings)

 

 

Examples:

united states history civil war 1861 1865 regimental histories

bible criticism interpretation etc

persian gulf war 1991

 

 

Name

 

- Searches are "left-anchored" (enter search starting with leftmost word)

- Truncation is automatic

 

- Searches personal, family, corporate, meeting, and jurisdiction

headings

- For personal names, enter surname first

- For other names, enter in direct order

 

 

Examples:

clemens samuel langhorne 1835 1910

twain mark 1835 1910

snodgrass quintus curtius 1835 1910

army war college u s

russia federation

 

 

Title

 

- Searches are "left-anchored" (enter search starting with leftmost word)

- Drop initial articles

- Truncation is automatic

- Do not include "O.T." or "N.T." before Bible chapters

 

- Searches uniform titles and series titles

 

 

Examples:

bible english new american standard

king and i motion picture

symphony #5 in e flat sibelius choreographic work guidi

 

 

Name / Title

 

 

- Searches are "left-anchored" (enter search starting with leftmost word)

- Drop initial articles for titles

- Truncation is automatic

 

- Searches headings combining author/creator name and uniform title

- Use Name Authority Headings search first to verify exact name heading

 

 

Examples:

shakespeare william 1564 1616 works 1997

poe edgar allan 1809 1849 short stories selections

hugo victor 1802 1885 angelo tyran de padoue

 

 

Keyword (All)

 

 

- Searches name, title, name/title, and subject headings by keyword

- A limited number of stopwords are not searched

 

 

Library of Congress

 

URL:

 

http://www.loc.gov/

 

Mailing Address:

101 Independence Ave, S.E.

Washington, DC 20540

 

 

Library of Congress Authorities (production)

 

URL:

 

http://authorities.loc.gov/

 

 

 

Library of Congress Online Catalog (production)

 

URL:

 

http://catalog.loc.gov/

 

 

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About Library of Congress Authorities

 

http://authorities.loc.gov/help/contents.htm

 

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Search and browse approximately:

.5 million subject authority records

8.2 million name authority records (6 million personal, 1.4 million

corporate, 180,000 meeting, and 120,000 geographic names, and .5 million

titles)

 

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Associated references and scope notes are also provided.

To search the Library's online catalog for bibliographic and holdings

information, please switch to

 

http://catalog.loc.gov/

 

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Library of Congress Authorities is available free of charge. There are a

number of known problems with this initial release. The Library continues

to work with its integrated library system vendor to resolve them and

welcomes comments and error reports via email.

 

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This release does not include:

Z39.50 functionality

Full MARC 21 character set for display and download of authority data

Use of diacritics in searches

Keyword searching of authority data

Search access to form, genre, and topical subject subdivisions

 

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Note: The Library of Congress is nearing completion of a project to

create authority records for all form, genre, and topical subject

subdivisions

 

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About the Headings List Display

 

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All initial search results are presented as a Headings List--an

alphabetical list of all headings found in the Library of Congress Online

Catalog that fall nearest alphabetically to the first words of the search,

whether the headings have authority records associated with them or not.

 

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Important! Authority records are available only for those headings in the

list that display with an icon in the leftmost column.

 

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Note: Because the Library of Congress Online Catalog includes millions of

bibliographic records created over many decades and according to a variety

of cataloging policies, the Headings List for a search may include many

headings that do not have associated authority records.

 

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Examples include headings labelled "[from old catalog];" name-title

headings that under former cataloging practice could be assigned as access

points without an authority record; headings consisting of established

subject headings from the Library of Congress Subject Headings (LCSH)

combined with free-floating subdivisions; and subject access points

established in a variety of other thesauri but not in LCSH.

 

 

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Frequently Asked Questions

 

http://authorities.loc.gov/help/auth-faq.htm

 

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Access to Authority Records

 

1.What is an Authority Record?

 

2.Are authority records available free of charge?

 

3. Are authority records up to date?

 

4.Are bibliographic records and holdings information available?

 

5.Is Z39.50 access available for Library of Congress Authorities?

 

Searching Authority Records

 

6.Can authority records be searched by LCCN?

 

7.Can name and subject authorities be searched in a single query?

 

8.Can authority records be searched by keyword(s)?

 

9.How can I search for headings with diacritics and special characters?

 

10.Is it possible to search subject subdivisions and the display of full

subject heading hierarchies?

 

Viewing and Saving Authority Records

 

11.Is it possible to view and save records with the full MARC 21 character

set?

 

12.In the Headings List, why do some headings display without icons?

 

13.Why don't all headings have a corresponding authority record,

reference, or note?

 

14.Why are there two entries, non-series title and series title, for many

headings listed in the search results of a Title Authority Heading search?

 

Comments and Reporting Errors

 

16.How can I report errors in bibliographic or authority records to the

Library of Congress?

 

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Access to Authority Records

 

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1) What is an authority record?

 

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An authority record is a tool used by librarians to establish forms of

names (for persons, places, meetings, and organizations), titles, and

subjects used on bibliographic records. Authority records enable

librarians to provide uniform access to materials in library catalogs and

to provide clear identification of authors and subject headings. For

example, works about "movies," "motion pictures," "cinema," and "films"

are all entered under the established subject heading "Motion pictures."

 

Authority records also provide cross references to lead users to the

headings used in the catalog, e.g., a search under: Snodgrass, Quintus

Curtius, 1835-1910 will lead users to the authorized form of heading for

Mark Twain, i.e., Twain, Mark, 1835-1910.

 

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It is important to note that authority records do not represent materials

in the Library's collection, rather they are a tool used by librarians to

organize the library catalog and assist users in finding those materials.

A recent reviewer (in a library publication) noted that users may find

helpful information in Library of Congress Authorities, such as an

author's middle name or a company name change. But generally speaking,

Library of Congress Authorities is a service intended for use by technical

services librarians and others interested in using LC authority records in

their catalogs.

 

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The MARC 21 Format for Authority Data defines the authority record as:

a carrier for information concerning the authorized forms of names and

subjects to be used as access points in MARC records, the forms of these

names, subjects and subdivisions to be used as references to the

authorized forms, and the interrelationships among these forms.

 

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A name may be used as a main, added, subject added, or series added access

entry. The term name refers to:

 

Personal names (X00)

 

Corporate names(X10)

 

Meeting names (X11)

 

Names of jurisdictions (X51)

 

Uniform titles (X30)

 

Name/title combinations

 

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A subject may be used only as a subject access entry. The term subject

refers to:

 

Topical terms (X50)

 

Geographic names (X51)

 

Names with subject subdivisions

 

Terms and names used as subject subdivisions

 

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For more information on MARC 21, see

 

http://www.loc.gov/marc/

 

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2) Are authority records available free of charge?

 

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Yes. All authority information in Library of Congress Authorities is

available free of charge via this Web site (authorities.loc.gov). Users do

not have to register or request permission to search, save, print, or

email the LC authority records. The only limitation is that authority

records may only be saved, printed or emailed one at a time.

 

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3) Are authority records up to date?

 

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Yes. Library of Congress Authorities are updated every night, Monday

through Saturday. The nightly update includes records newly created and

updated the previous day by LC catalogers and contributed by NACO

participants. Any records deleted during the previous week are removed on

a weekly basis early every Monday morning.

 

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4) Are bibliographic records and holdings information available?

 

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No. The current release of Library of Congress Authorities does not

provide access to LC bibliographic records or holdings information.

Bibliographic records and holdings information are available via the

Library of Congress Online Catalog at:

 

http://catalog.loc.gov/

 

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5) Does the Library of Congress provide Z39.50 access to authority

records?

 

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No. Z39.50 access to authority records is not currently available. LC

does expect to be able to offer Z39.50 access to authority records in a

future release.

 

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Searching Authority Records

 

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6) Can authority records be searched by LCCN?

 

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No. In this pilot release of Library of Congress Web Authorities,

searching by LCCN is not available. The four possible searches in this

release are: Subject Authority Headings, Name Authority Headings, Title

Authority Headings, and Name/Title Authority Headings.

 

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7) Can name and subject authorities be searched in a single query?

 

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No. Although most name, title (includes series), and name/title authority

headings may be searched using the Subject Authority Headings search type,

it is really necessary to select the appropriate search type to ensure

retrieval of ALL relevant records in these categories.

 

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8) Can authority records be searched by keyword(s)?

 

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No. Authority records cannot be searched by keyword(s). The available

searches, Subject, Name, Title, and Name/Title Authority Headings, are

"left-anchored" -- search words must be entered in order starting with the

leftmost word (omitting initial articles and initial punctuation).

 

9) How can I search for headings with diacritics and special characters?

 

 

Diacritics and special characters need not be included in authority

headings searches. Some characters, like #, etc., are not considered

"special characters" and should be included in searches.

 

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For example, Gabriel Garc Mquez may be searched as: garcia marquez gabriel

 

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10) Is it possible to search subject subdivisions and the display of full

subject heading hierarchies?

 

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No. However, many searching enhancements are now offered in Classification

Web, a fee-based web online service, combining Library of Congress Subject

Headings and Library of Congress Classification, available on subscription

from the Library of Congress Cataloging Distribution Service.

 

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Viewing and Saving Authority Records

 

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11) Is it possible to view and save records with the full MARC 21

character set?

 

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Yes. Library of Congress Authorities offers two MARC formats for saving

records: MARC-8/non-unicode and UTF-8/unicode (see

http://authorities.loc.gov/help/savemail.htm. To view the authority record

showing the MARC fielded information, be sure to select the "MARC Display"

tab (which is the default record display).

 

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12) In the Headings List, why do some headings display without icons?

 

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The Headings List is an alphabetical list of all headings found in the

Library of Congress Online Catalog that fall nearest alphabetically to the

first words of the search, whether the headings have authority records

associated with them or not. The headings that do not have an icon come

from bibliographic records found in the Online Catalog.

 

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13) Why don't all headings have a corresponding authority record,

reference, or note?

 

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Not all headings on bibliographic records in the LC Database have a

corresponding authority record, reference, or note. Users will not find an

authority record for every access point for the following reasons:

 

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The 12 million bibliographic records in the LC Database were created over

the course of more than a century of cataloging at the Library of

Congress. Many of these bibliographic records were cataloged before the

Library began creating MARC authority records.

 

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Some new bibliographic records, by policy - e.g., minimal level cataloging

-do not have authorities created unless conflicts require them. Therefore

not all access points on LC bibliographic records have corresponding

authority records in the LC Database.

 

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LC's current cataloging policy does not call for every subject heading

with a free-floating subdivision to be represented by a separate authority

record in the LC Database. Some examples would be Twain, Mark, 1835-1910 -

Homes and haunts or Live oak - Seeds - Testing. Similarly, not all titles

used as access points have associated authority records. For example,

works about the magazine entitled The New Yorker do not have an associated

authority record for that title.

 

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Also, LC has many non-LCSH subject headings, primarily for audio/visual

materials, that are not represented by authority records. MESH headings

are an example of non-LC subject headings on LC bibliographic records that

do not have associated authority records in the LC Database.

The LC Database includes bibliographic records that are in process, that

is, the cataloging has not been completed. As LC staff complete these

records, they create the relevant authority records according to the

current policies described above. As soon as authority records are added

or updated in the LC Database they are available online via LC

Authorities.

 

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14) Why are there two entries, non-series title and series title, for many

headings listed in the search results of a Title Authority Heading search?

 

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A heading represented by a series authority record will appear as two

entries, non-series title and series title in the headings list for a

Title Authority Heading search. This is a result of treatment of the 008

coding for bytes 14 and 16 in the authority record. The authority record

can be viewed via either entry.

 

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Example: a Title Authority Headings search for the title "Theoretical

chemistry." The Headings List shows the heading first as a non-series

title; one bibliographic record is associated with that use of the heading

(a serial with a 130 field: Theoretical chemistry (London, England :

1965)). The second column indicates that nine bibliographic records are

associated with the heading as a series title. These are analytics with

the series heading in 830 fields: Theoretical chemistry (London, England :

1965).

 

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Series authority records may be retrieved by a Title or a Name-Title

Headings search, as appropriate. For these searches (as for Name Heading

searches), LC Authorities presents a heading in the Headings List when

byte 14 or byte 16 of the 008 field contains value 'a'.

byte 14: value "a" indicates heading is appropriate for use as a main or

added entry (as a 1XX/7XX field in a bibliographic record; i.e., not as a

series entry)

byte 16: value "a" indicates heading is appropriate for use as a series

 

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Comments and Reporting Problems

 

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16) How can I report errors in bibliographic or authority records to the

Library of Congress?

 

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The bibliographic and authority records presented in the Library of

Congress Online Catalog and Library of Congress Authorities represent the

different cataloging practices employed by the Library over time. Some

records do not follow current practice.

 

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Users should check headings carefully to make sure that they have not made

an error in searching, or that a missing diacritic or special character

cannot be displayed due to the present limitations of the software.

 

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If you have confirmed an error in a Library of Congress authority record,

you may report it to the Policy and Standards Division at: policy@loc.gov.

 

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Obesity.

 

LC subject headings

 

 

 

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15

 

Obesity.

 

LC subject headings for children

 

 

 

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71

 

Obesity.

 

Medical subject headings

 

 

 

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5

 

Obesity.

 

Thesaurus for graphic materials: TGM I, sub. terms

 

 

 

5

 

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Obesity & kids

 

LC subject headings

 

 

 

6

 

1

 

Obesity--1780-1820.

 

Thesaurus for graphic materials: TGM I, sub. terms

 

 

 

7

 

1

 

Obesity--1790-1800.

 

Thesaurus for graphic materials: TGM I, sub. terms

 

 

 

8

 

2

 

Obesity--1800-1810.

 

Thesaurus for graphic materials: TGM I, sub. terms

 

 

 

9

 

1

 

Obesity--1820-1840.

 

Thesaurus for graphic materials: TGM I, sub. terms

 

 

 

10

 

3

 

Obesity--1840-1850.

 

Thesaurus for graphic materials: TGM I, sub. terms

 

 

 

11

 

1

 

Obesity--1860-1880.

 

Thesaurus for graphic materials: TGM I, sub. terms

 

 

 

12

 

1

 

Obesity--1890-1900.

 

Thesaurus for graphic materials: TGM I, sub. terms

 

 

 

13

 

1

 

Obesity--1900.

 

Thesaurus for graphic materials: TGM I, sub. terms

 

 

 

14

 

1

 

Obesity--1900-1910.

 

Thesaurus for graphic materials: TGM I, sub. terms

 

 

 

15

 

1

 

Obesity--1910-1920.

 

Thesaurus for graphic materials: TGM I, sub. terms

 

 

 

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2

 

Obesity--1930-1940.

 

Thesaurus for graphic materials: TGM I, sub. terms

 

 

 

17

 

1

 

Obesity--1960-1980.

 

Thesaurus for graphic materials: TGM I, sub. terms

 

 

 

18

 

1

 

Obesity--1970-1980.

 

Thesaurus for graphic materials: TGM I, sub. terms

 

 

 

19

 

1

 

Obesity--2000-2010.

 

Thesaurus for graphic materials: TGM I, sub. terms

 

 

 

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Obesity 2012 (Seminar) (2012 : London, England)

 

LC subject headings

 

 

 

21

 

0

 

Obesity 2012, Westminster Food & Nutrition Forum Keynote Seminar (2012 :

London, England)

 

LC subject headings

 

 

 

22

 

1

 

Obesity--Abstracts.

 

LC subject headings

 

 

 

23

 

1

 

Obesity--Adolescence--Congresses.

 

Medical subject headings

 

 

 

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2

 

Obesity--Adolescent.

 

Medical subject headings

 

 

 

25

 

1

 

Obesity--Alternative treatment.

 

LC subject headings

 

 

 

26

 

0

 

Obesity and kids

 

LC subject headings

 

 

 

27

 

0

 

Obesity and the brain lecture series

 

LC subject headings

 

 

 

28

 

1

 

Obesity--Anecdotes.

 

LC subject headings

 

 

 

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2

 

Obesity--Animal models.

 

LC subject headings

 

 

 

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2

 

Obesity--Animal models--Congresses

 

LC subject headings

 

 

 

31

 

1

 

Obesity--Arkansas.

 

LC subject headings

 

 

 

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1

 

Obesity--Atlases.

 

LC subject headings

 

 

 

33

 

1

 

Obesity--Atlases.

 

Medical subject headings

 

 

 

34

 

1

 

Obesity--Australia.

 

LC subject headings

 

 

 

35

 

1

 

Obesity--Australia--Social aspects.

 

LC subject headings

 

 

 

36

 

1

 

Obesity--Australia--Statistics.

 

LC subject headings

 

 

 

37

 

0

 

Obesity bias

 

LC subject headings

 

 

 

38

 

3

 

Obesity--Bibliography.

 

LC subject headings

 

 

 

39

 

1

 

Obesity--Biography.

 

LC subject headings

 

 

 

40

 

1

 

Obesity--Blood.

 

Medical subject headings

 

 

 

41

 

1

 

Obesity--Brazil--Rio de Janeiro.

 

LC subject headings

 

 

 

42

 

1

 

Obesity--California--Cross-cultural studies.

 

LC subject headings

 

 

 

43

 

1

 

Obesity--California--Orange County--Statistics.

 

LC subject headings

 

 

 

44

 

1

 

Obesity--Cameroon.

 

LC subject headings

 

 

 

45

 

2

 

Obesity--Canada.

 

LC subject headings

 

 

 

46

 

2

 

Obesity--Canada--Prevention.

 

LC subject headings

 

 

 

47

 

1

 

Obesity--Canada--Statistics.

 

LC subject headings

 

 

 

48

 

4

 

Obesity--Case studies.

 

LC subject headings

 

 

 

49

 

15

 

Obesity--Chemotherapy.

 

LC subject headings

 

 

 

50

 

2

 

Obesity--Chemotherapy--Congresses.

 

LC subject headings

 

 

 

51

 

2

 

Obesity--Chemotherapy--Periodicals.

 

LC subject headings

 

 

 

52

 

2

 

Obesity--Child.

 

Medical subject headings

 

 

 

53

 

2

 

Obesity--Child--Congresses.

 

Medical subject headings

 

 

 

54

 

1

 

Obesity--China.

 

LC subject headings

 

 

 

55

 

1

 

Obesity--China--Epidemiology.

 

LC subject headings

 

 

 

56

 

1

 

Obesity--Collected Works.

 

Medical subject headings

 

 

 

57

 

1

 

Obesity--Comic books, strips, etc.

 

LC subject headings

 

 

 

58

 

1

 

Obesity--Complication.

 

LC subject headings

 

 

 

59

 

19

 

Obesity--Complications

 

LC subject headings

 

 

 

60

 

31

 

Obesity--complications.

 

Medical subject headings

 

 

 

61

 

4

 

Obesity--Complications--Congresses.

 

LC subject headings

 

 

 

62

 

4

 

Obesity--complications--Congresses.

 

Medical subject headings

 

 

 

63

 

1

 

Obesity--complications--Great Britain.

 

Medical subject headings

 

 

 

64

 

1

 

Obesity--complications--Handbooks.

 

Medical subject headings

 

 

 

65

 

2

 

Obesity--Complications--Handbooks, manuals, etc.

 

LC subject headings

 

 

 

66

 

2

 

Obesity--Complications--Juvenile literature.

 

LC subject headings

 

 

 

67

 

1

 

Obesity--Complications--Prevention--Popular works.

 

LC subject headings

 

 

 

68

 

1

 

Obesity--Complications--United States.

 

LC subject headings

 

 

 

69

 

1

 

Obesity--complications--United States.

 

Medical subject headings

 

 

 

70

 

1

 

Obesity--Complications--United States--Congresses.

 

LC subject headings

 

 

 

71

 

1

 

Obesity--complications--United States--Congresses.

 

Medical subject headings

 

 

 

72

 

1

 

Obesity--Computer network resources.

 

LC subject headings

 

 

 

73

 

45

 

Obesity--Congresses.

 

LC subject headings

 

 

 

74

 

15

 

Obesity--congresses.

 

Medical subject headings

 

 

 

75

 

0

 

Obesity Control

 

LC subject headings

 

 

 

76

 

1

 

Obesity--Cross-cultural studies.

 

LC subject headings

 

 

 

77

 

1

 

Obesity--Developing countries.

 

LC subject headings

 

 

 

78

 

1

 

Obesity--Developing countries--Congresses.

 

LC subject headings

 

 

 

79

 

1

 

Obesity--Diagnosis.

 

LC subject headings

 

 

 

80

 

2

 

Obesity--diagnosis.

 

Medical subject headings

 

 

 

81

 

1

 

Obesity--diagnosis--West Virginia.

 

Medical subject headings

 

 

 

82

 

0

 

Obesity Diet therapy

 

LC subject headings

 

 

 

83

 

6

 

Obesity--Diet therapy.

 

Medical subject headings

 

 

 

84

 

1

 

Obesity--diet therapy--Child--Popular Works.

 

Medical subject headings

 

 

 

85

 

4

 

Obesity--diet therapy--Congresses.

 

Medical subject headings

 

 

 

86

 

1

 

Obesity--diet therapy--Handbooks.

 

Medical subject headings

 

 

 

87

 

3

 

Obesity--diet therapy--Periodicals.

 

Medical subject headings

 

 

 

88

 

0

 

Obesity discrimination

 

LC subject headings

 

 

 

89

 

2

 

Obesity--Drama.

 

LC subject headings

 

 

 

90

 

3

 

Obesity--Drug therapy.

 

Medical subject headings

 

 

 

91

 

5

 

Obesity--Drug therapy--Congresses.

 

Medical subject headings

 

 

 

92

 

3

 

Obesity--drug therapy--Periodicals.

 

Medical subject headings

 

 

 

93

 

5

 

Obesity--Economic aspects.

 

LC subject headings

 

 

 

94

 

1

 

Obesity--Economic aspects--Congresses.

 

LC subject headings

 

 

 

95

 

1

 

Obesity--Economic aspects--Texas.

 

LC subject headings

 

 

 

96

 

4

 

Obesity--Economic aspects--United States.

 

LC subject headings

 

 

 

97

 

1

 

Obesity--Economic aspects--United States--Econometric models.

 

LC subject headings

 

 

 

98

 

0

 

Obesity Education Initiative (National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute)

 

LC subject headings

 

 

 

99

 

3

 

Obesity--Encyclopedias.

 

LC subject headings

 

 

 

100

 

1

 

Obesity--encyclopedias.

 

Medical subject headings

 

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