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Bibliography, Donald A.B. Lindberg, M.D.

Books

  1. Lindberg DAB. The computer and medical care. Springfield: Thomas, 1968:210.
  2. Siler W, Lindberg DAB, eds. Computers in life science research. New York: Plenum Press, 1975:272.
  3. Lindberg DAB. The growth of medical information systems in the United States. Lexington: D. C. Heath and Company, Lexington Books, 1979:194.
  4. Lindberg DAB with P.L. Reichertz and O. Rienhoff, eds. Lecture Notes in Medical Informatics. Springer-Verlag. Heidelberg and New York: Volume 1(1974) through Volume 45 (1991).

Book Chapters

  1. Lindberg DAB, Schroeder JJ Jr., Rowland, LR, Saathoff, J. Experience with a computer laboratory data system. In: Strandjord, J, ed. Multiple laboratory screening. New York: Academic Press, 1969;245-255.
  2. Lindberg DAB. Data banks in life science and medicine. In: McCarten E, Duggan M, Irwin, M, eds. The computer utility -- implications for higher education. Lexington: Heath, 1970;49-55.
  3. Lindberg DAB. General comments: computers in mental health care. In: Crawford JL, Morgan DW, Gianturco D, eds. Progress in mental health information systems: computer applications. Cambridge: Ballinger-Lippincott, 1973;333-338.
  4. Lindberg DAB. Medical education with hospital computer systems. In: Collen, MF ed. Hospital computer systems. New York: Wiley and Sons, 1974;431-454.
  5. Lindberg DAB. Foreword. In: Shortliffe EH ed. Computer based medical consultations: MYCIN. New York: American Elsevier, 1976.
  6. Lindberg DAB. The Impact of automated information systems applied to health problems. In: Holland WW, Detels R, and Knox G, eds. Oxford Textbook of Public Health, Vol. 3, Investigative Methods in Public Health. New York: Oxford University Press, 1985:55-76.7.
  7. Lindberg DAB. Foreword. In: McCall N, Mix Lisa A, eds. Designing archival programs to advance knowledge in the health fields. Baltimore: The John Hopkins University Press, 1995.

Scientific Articles

  1. Schotte OE, Lindberg DAB. Effect of zenoplastic adrenal transplants upon limb regeneration in normal and hypophysectomized newts (Triturus viridescens). Proc Soc Exp Bio Med 1954;87:26-9.
  2. Lindberg DAB, Schotte OE. Amputation trauma and regeneration of limb in normal and hypophysectomized newts. Anat Rec 1955;121(2):331.
  3. Lindberg DAB. Generalized Shwartzman reaction in nephrectomized rabbits. Fed Proc 1961;20(1): 262 (abst).
  4. Lindberg DAB. Quantitated urine cultures. Mo Med 1961;58:366-9.
  5. Lindberg DAB. Silicone embolization. South Med J 1961;54(6):654-7.
  6. Lindberg DAB, Lucas FV, Sheagran J, Malm JR. Silicone embolization during clinical and experimental heart surgery employing a bubble oxygenator. Am J Pathol 1961;39(2):129-44.
  7. Lindberg DAB, Taylor DD, Reese JH. The influence of endotoxemia on the alveolar lining cells of the rabbit. In: Proceedings of the Fourth Congress of the International Academy of Pathology, Zurich. July 1962:9-13 (Abstr).
  8. Lindberg DAB. Choice of antibiotic therapy for streptococus fecalis endocarditis. Bact Proc 1963; 63:423 (Abstr).
  9. Lindberg DAB, Reese G. Automatic measurement and computer processing of bacterial growth data. Biomed Sci Instrum 1963;1:11-20.
  10. Lindberg DAB, Reese G. A recording colorimeter and 90-tube transport mechanism for measuring bacterial growth during 24 hour incubation. Fed Proc 1963;22(2):423 (Abstr).
  11. Robards VL, Lindberg DAB, Thompson IM. Incidence and clinical significance of bacteremia and bacteremic shock. Fed Proc 1963;22(2):431 (Abstr).
  12. Lindberg DAB, Riggins RCK. Shwartzman studies in rabbits conducted in the absence of the kidneys. Exp Mol Pathol 1963;2(2):114-25.
  13. Lindberg DAB. A computer in medicine. Mo Med 1964;61:282-4.
  14. Lindberg DAB, Reese GR, Buck CR, Jr. Computer generated hospital diagnosis file. Mo Med 1964 61:851-2,858.
  15. Lindberg DAB, Mayer WD, Lucas FV. The role of a digital computer in the teaching of pathology. Am J Clin Pathol 1964;42:535 (Abstr).
  16. Lindberg DAB. Collection evaluation and transmission of hospital laboratory data. In: Proceedings of the 7th IBM Medical Symposium. White Plains, NY: IBM, 1965:375-97.
  17. Lindberg DAB, Stewart GT. Exercises in the logistics of chemotherapy. Antimicrob Agents Chemother 1965;168-76.
  18. Lindberg DAB. Electronic processing and transmission of clinical laboratory data. Mo Med 1965 62:296-302.
  19. Robards VL, Thompson IM, Lindberg DAB. Urologic aspects of bacteremia and septicemic shock. J Urol 1965;93:623-6.
  20. Lindberg DAB. Electronic retrieval of clinical data. J Med Educ 1965;40:753-9.
  21. Lindberg DAB. [Letter to the Editor]. Med Electronic News. September 1965.
  22. Lindberg DAB, Van Peenen HJ, Couch RD. Patterns in clinical chemistry: low serum sodium and chloride in hospitalized patients. Am J Clin Pathol 1965;44(3):315-21.
  23. Van Peenen HJ, Lindberg DAB. The limitations of laboratory quality control with reference to the "number plus" method. Am J Clin Pathol 1965;44(3):322-30.
  24. Lindberg DAB. Electronic reporting processing and retrieval of laboratory data. Bact Rev 1965;29(4):554-9.
  25. Lindberg DAB. Operation of a hospital computer system. J Am Vet Med Assoc 1965;147(12):1541-4.
  26. Van Peenen HJ, Lindberg DAB. Serum creatinine and blood urea nitrogen as measures of renal function: a computer-assisted study. Mo Med 1965;62:992-5.
  27. Lindberg DAB, Schroeder JJ, Rowland LR. Acquisition and utilization of hospital data using a computer system. In: Proceedings of the Conference on Use of Computers in Radiology. Chicago: University of Chicago, October 1966.
  28. Lindberg DAB, Van Peenen HJ. The meaning of quality control with multiple chemical analyses. In: Skeggs LT Jr., ed. Technicon Symposium, Automation in Analytical Chemistry. New York: Mediad, Inc. 1966:433-6.
  29. Lucas FV, Lindberg DAB, Van Peenen HJ, Senhauser DA. Processing laboratory data. Biomed Sci Instrum 1966;3:171-9.
  30. Buck CR Jr., Reese GR, Lindberg DAB. A general technique for computer processing of coded patient diagnoses. Mo Med 1966;63:276-9.
  31. Lindberg DAB. Electronic processing of laboratory data: analysis of bacteriology finding. Am J Med Technol 1966;32(5):333-9.
  32. Lindberg DAB, Van Peenen HJ, Files JB, Lucas FV. Computer sets stage for multi-testing. Mod Hosp 1967;108(4):128-30.
  33. Lindberg DAB. Collection, evaluation and transmission of hospital laboratory data. Methods Inf Med 1967;6:97-107.
  34. Lindberg DAB. Computers in clinical medical education. In: Proceedings of Conference on the Use of Computers in Medical Education. Oklahoma City, 1968:53-6,57-63.
  35. Lindberg DAB, Rowland LR, Buck CR Jr., Morse WF, Morse SS. CONSIDER: a computer program for medical instruction. In: Proceedings of the Ninth IBM Medical Symposium. White Plains, NY: IBM, 1968.
  36. Lindberg DAB, Rowland LR, Morrison GE, Adams GE, Pang F, Sullivan D. Implementation of self-check digit for patient identification number. In: Proceedings of the 21st Annual Conference of Engineering in Medicine and Biology. Houston, 1968 (Abstr).
  37. Rose M, Lindberg DAB. Effect of pulmonary pathogens on sufactant. Dis Chest 1968;53(5):541-4.
  38. Files JB, Van Peenen HJ, Lindberg DAB. Use of "normal range" in multiphasic testing. JAMA 1968:205;684-8.
  39. Lindberg DAB, Amlinger PR. Automated analysis of the electrocardiogram. Mo Med 1968; 65:742-5.
  40. Lindberg DAB, Schroeder, JJ Jr., Rowland LR, Saathoff J. Experience With a Computer Laboratory Data System. In: Multiple Laboratory Screening. New York: Academic Press, 1969:245-255.
  41. Morrison G, Lindberg DAB. Automatic data acquisition apparatus for multiple chemistry analyzers. Med Res Eng 1969;8(3):24-7,32.
  42. Lindberg DAB. Computer failures and successes. South Med Bull 1969;57:18-21.
  43. Lindberg DAB. Information transfer requirements. In: Proceedings of the Biomedical Symposium. San Diego: April 1970:xiii-xiv.
  44. Lindberg DAB, Dwyer SJ III, Tebbe DL, Morrison GE, Rowland LR. The medical engineering interface. In: Proceedings of the Second National Conference on Exposition on Electronics in Medicine, San Francisco. New York: McGraw-Hill, February 1970:68-73.
  45. Lucas J Jr., Frevert K, Thompson D, Walker J, Dwyer SJ, Cavazos F, Lindberg DAB. A quantitative study of electromicrographics of human endometrium I. Fed Proc 1970;29(2):362.
  46. Lindberg DAB. A statewide medical information system. Comput Biomed Res 1970;3(5):453-63.
  47. Stephenson HE Jr., Delmez JA, Renden DI, Kimpton RS, Tood PC, Charron TL, Lindberg DAB. Host immunity and spontaneous regression of cancer evaluated by computerized data reduction study. Surg Gynecol Obstet 1971;133:649-55.
  48. Garten S, Rowland LR, Morse S, Stewart WB, Lindberg DAB. Drug information: data base organization and access. In: Proceedings of the Fifth Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences. Western Periodicals. Supplement: Computers in Biomed 1972:220-2.
  49. Sargent CW, Lindberg DAB. Computer-based union catalog project for the University of Missouri. Special Libraries, March 1972;63(3):121-9.
  50. Garten S, Mengel CE, Stewart WB, Lindberg DAB. A computer based drug information system. Mo Med 1974;71(4):183-6.
  51. Lindberg DAB, Watson FR. Imprecision of laboratory determinations and diagnostic accuracy. Methods Inf Med 1974;13(3):151-8.
  52. Lindberg DAB. Computer simulation for testing clinical competence. In: Brock P, ed. Spanning the Applications of Simulation. La Jolla, CA: Society for Computer Simulation, December 19741974;4(2):51-6.
  53. Lindberg DAB. Keynote Address: Conference on the computer as a research tool in the life sciences. Fed Proc 1974;33(12):2311-2.
  54. Lindberg, DAB. Closing remarks FASEB conference on the computer as a research tool in the life sciences. Fed Proc 1974;33(12):2418-9.
  55. Lindberg DAB. Data privacy--ethical and legal considerations: special aspects of medical computer records with respect to data privacy. In: Williams BT, ed. Proceedings of the Second Illinois Conference on Medical Information Systems. University of Illinois Urbana. Pittsburgh: Instrument Society of America, 1975:35-8.
  56. Lindberg DAB. Confidentiality of computer medical data. In: Proceedings of the symposium on medical data processing, Toulouse, France, Institut de Recherche D'Informatique et D'Automatique, March 1975:203-4.
  57. Winn DJ, Wolfe JF, Kingsland LC III, Lindberg DAB, Sharp GC. Disease patterns of patients with Sm antibodies. Clin Res 1977;25:617a.
  58. Wolfe JF, Kingsland LC III, Lindberg DAB, Sharp GC. Disease pattern in patients with antibodies only to nuclear ribonucleoprotein. Clin Res 1977;25:488a (Abstr).
  59. Garten S, Falkner RV, Mengel CE, Lindberg DAB. A computer-based drug information system. Med Electronics Dig 1977;(2):4-5.
  60. Lindberg DAB, Sharp GC, Kingsland LC III, Wolfe JF, Winn DM. Information processing for clinical research in rheumatology. In: Jarzembski WB, Rowley BA, eds. Proceedings: 1978 Computer Laboratory Health Care Resources. Lubbock: Texas Tech University School of Medicine, 1978:171-80.
  61. Lindberg DAB, Takasugi S, Goldman D, Deland EC. Analysis of blood chemical components distribution based on thermodynamic principles. In: Proceedings of MEDIS '78, Osaka, Japan. Japan: The Medical Information System Development Center and Kansai Institute of Information Systems, 1978:109-112.
  62. Blackwell PK, Lindberg DAB, Maack RE. A microprocessor-based retrieval system for clinical applications. In: Hill NS, ed. Proceedings of the Eighth Annual Society for Computer Medicine Conference. Minneapolis: Society for Computer Medicine, October 1978.
  63. Lindberg DAB. Assessment of medical information systems technology. In: Williams BT, ed. Proceedings of the Fifth Illinois Conference on Medical Information Systems, Champaign-Urbana, May 1979:3-4;263-71.
  64. Lindberg DAB. Appendix E. The development and diffusion of a medical technology: medical information systems. In: Medical Technology and the Health Care System: A Study of the Diffusion of Equipment-Embodied Technology. Washington, D.C.: National Academy of Sciences, 1979:201-39.
  65. Lindberg DAB. Introduction. Health care technology evaluation proceedings. In: Lindberg DAB, Reichertz, eds. Lecture Notes in Medical Informatics 6. New York: Springer-Verlag, 1979:1-3.
  66. Lindberg DAB. The status of medical information systems technology. In: Shannon RD, ed. Hospital Information Systems. Amsterdam: North-Holland Publishing Company, 1979:19-28.
  67. Lindberg DAB, Leonard M, Mullins P, Laning L. The problem of assessing the worth of drug information systems. In: Proceedings of the Second Annual Conference of World Association for Medical Informatics (WAMI). Versailles, France, 1979:465-8.
  68. Takasugi S, Goldman D, Lindberg DAB, Deland E. Analysis of information content of blood chemical components by thermodynamic model. In: Proceedings of the XII International Conference on Medical and Biological Engineering and V International Conference on Medical Physics. Jerusalem, Israel, 1979.
  69. Wolfe JF, Takasugi S, Kingsland L, Lindberg DAB, Winn DM, Sharp GC. Objective derivation of clinical discriminators for mixed connective tissue disease. Arthritis Rheum 1979;22(12)1334-37.
  70. Winn DM, Wolfe JF, Lindberg DAB, Fristor FH, Kingsland L, Sharp GC. Identification of a clinical subset of systemic lupus erythematosus by antibodies to the Sm antigen. Arthritis Rheum 1979;22(12):1334-7.
  71. Lindberg DAB. Information systems for rural health: problems and potential benefits. In: Lindberg DAB, Reichertz PL, eds. Lecture Notes in Medical Informatics 7. New York: Springer-Verlag, 1980:61-66.
  72. Lindberg DAB, Gaston LW, Kingsland LC III, Vanker AD, Ueno H. A knowledge-based system for consultation about blood coagulation studies. In: Proceedings of the 10th Annual Conference of the Society for Computer Medicine, San Diego, CA. Arlington, VA: SCM, 1980:5 (Abstr).
  73. Lindberg DAB, Sharp GC, Kingsland LC III, Weiss SM, Hayes SP, Ueno H, Hazelwood SE. Computer-based rheumatology consultant. In: Lindberg DAB, Kaihara S, eds. Proceedings of MEDINFO 80 Tokyo, Third World Conference on Medical Informatics, Amsterdam: North Holland Publishing Company, 1980:1311-5.
  74. Takasugi S, Lindberg DAB, Goldman D, Deland E. Information content of clinical blood chemistry data. In: Lindberg DAB, Kaihara S, eds. Proceedings of MEDINFO 80 Tokyo, Third World Conference on Medical Informatics. Amsterdam: North Holland Publishing Company, 1980:432-6.
  75. Ueno H, Lindberg DAB, Kingsland LC III, Esther J. Design of a criteria-based rheumatology consulting system for a microcomputer. In: Lindberg DAB, Kaihara S, eds. Proceedings of MEDINFO 80 Tokyo, Third World Conference on Medical Informatics. Amsterdam: North Holland Publishing Company, 1980:1316-20.
  76. Walsh TR, Lindberg DAB, Klink EJ Jr., Sharp GC. Computer assisted Bayesian diagnosis of connective tissue diseases. In: Proceedings of the Southern Society of Clinical Investigation. New Orleans, January 1980.
  77. Takasugi S, Morton P, Lindberg DAB, Deland EC. Estimatability of blood chemistry variables based on a two-compartmented thermodynamic model. Comput Biomed Res 1980;13(4):317-32.
  78. Kingsland LC III, Lindberg DAB, Sharp GC. AI/RHEUM: A consultant system for rheumatology. In: Kaplan B, ed. Proceedings of the Joint Conference of the Society for Computer Medicine and the Society for Advanced Medical Systems, Washington, DC. 1981:59-62. Republished in J Med Sys 1983;7(3):221-77.
  79. Lindberg DAB. In search of the hospital information system. In: Heffernan HG, ed. Proceedings of the Fifth Annual Symposium on Computer Applications in Medical Care. Los Alamos: IEEE, 1981:817-8.
  80. Lindberg DAB, Gaston LW, Kingsland LC III, Vanker AD. AI/COAG: a knowledge-based system for consultation about human hemostasis disorders: progress report. In: Heffernan HG, ed. Proceedings of the Fifth Annual Symposium on Computer Applications in Medical Care. Los Alamos: IEEE, 1981:253-7.
  81. Walsh TR, Lindberg DAB, Klink EJ Jr, Sharp GC. Computer assisted Bayesian diagnosis of connective tissue diseases. Methods Inf Med 1981;20(1):19-23.
  82. Blum BI, Lindberg DAB, Barnett GO, Warner HR, Lenhard RD, McDonald CJ. Information systems and patient care. In: Blum B, ed. Proceedings of the Sixth Annual Symposium on Computer Applications in Medical Care Washington, D.C. Los Alamos: IEEE, 1982:3-7.
  83. Kingsland LC III, Gaston LW, Vanker AD, Lindberg DAB. A knowledge-based consultant system for problems in human hemostasis. In: Lindberg DAB, Collen MF, Van Brunt EE, eds. Proceedings of the First AMIA Congress 82. New York: Masson Publishing, 1982:325-9.
  84. Kingsland LC III, Sharp GC, Kay DR, Weiss SM, Roeseler GC, Lindberg DAB. An expert consultant system in rheumatology: AI/RHEUM. In: Blum B, ed. Proceedings of the sixth annual Symposium on Computer Applications in Medical Care Washington, D.C. Los Alamos: IEEE, 1982: 748-52.
  85. Lindberg DAB. Computer networks within health care: the state of the art in the USA. In: Peterson HE, Isaksson AJ, eds., Communication Networks in Health Care. New York: North-Holland Publishing Company, 1982:109-20.
  86. Lindberg DAB. New technological determinants of future MIS developments. In: Lindberg DAB, Collen MF, Van Brunt EE, eds. Proceedings of the First AMIA Congress 82. New York: Masson Publishing, 1982:319-24.
  87. Lindberg DAB, Kingsland LC III, Roeseler GC, Kay DR, Sharp GC. A new knowledge representation for diagnosis in rheumatology. In: Lindberg DAB, Collen MF, Van Brunt EE, eds. Proceedings of the First AMIA Congress 82. New York: Masson Publishing, 1982:299-303.
  88. Lindberg DAB. Diffusion of medical information systems technology in the United States. J Med Sys 1982;6(3):219-28.
  89. Benge JM, Sharp GC, Kay DR, Capps RJ, Hazelwood SE, Kingsland LC, Reese G, Lindberg DAB. Evaluation of an A.I. consultant in rheumatology: clinical requirements. In: Lindberg DAB, Van Brunt E, Jenkin M, eds. Proceedings of the Congress on Medical Informatics, AAMSI Congress 83. Bethesda: American Association for Medical Systems and Informatics, 1983:(1)83-6.
  90. Kingsland LC III, Sharp GC, Capps RJ, Benge JM, Kay DR, Reese G, Hazelwood SE, Lindberg DAB. Testing of a criteria-based consultant system in rheumatology. In: Van Bemmel JH, Ball MJ, Wigertz O, eds. Proceedings of the Fourth World Congress on Medical Informatics, MEDINFO 83. Amsterdam: North Holland Publishing Company, 1983:(1)21-6.
  91. Kingsland LC III, Lindberg DAB. Research methods in AI model building: the history of a project. In: Lindberg DAB, Van Brunt E, Jenkin M, eds. Proceedings of the Congress on Medical Informatics AAMSI Congress 83. Bethesda: American Association for Medical Systems and Informatics, 1983:(1)76-80.
  92. Lindberg DAB. Closing remarks. In: Pages J, Levy A, Gremy F, Anderson J, eds. Proceedings of the IFIP-IMIA Working Conference on Information Science and Medical Education, Chamonix France. Meeting the Challenge: Education for Medical Informatics. North Holland: Elsevier Science Publishers, 1983
  93. Lindberg DAB. Medical informatics education and U.S. medical schools. In: Pages J, Levy A, Gremy F, Anderson J, eds. Proceedings of the IMIA Working Conference on Information Science and Medical Education, Chamonix France. Meeting the Challenge: Education for Medical Informatics. North Holland: Elsevier Science Publishers, 1983:227-35.
  94. Lindberg DAB. Use of communication networks in medicine in the USA. In: Lindberg D, Van Brunt E, Jenkin M, eds. AAMSI Congress 83. Bethesda: American Association for Medical Systems and Informatics, 1983:257-63.
  95. Gaston LG, Lindberg DAB, Vanker AD, Kingsland LC III. AI/COAG, a knowledge-based surrogate for the human hemostasis expert. Mo Med 1983;80(4):185-8.
  96. Lindberg DAB, Sharp GC, Kay DR, Kingsland LC III, Roeseler GC, Kulikowski CA, Weiss SM. The expert consultant as teacher. Mobius 1983;3(2):30-6.
  97. Lindberg DAB. Health data management in the 1990's. In: Cote RA, Protti DJ, Scherrer JR, eds. Proceedings of the IFIP-IMIA WG6 International Working Conference on the Role of Informatics in Health Data Coding and Classification Systems, Ottawa, Canada, September 1984. North-Holland: Elsevier Science Publishers, 1985:1-13.
  98. Lindberg DAB. On international scientific congresses [Editorial]. Methods Inf Med 1984;23(3)123-25.
  99. Lindberg DAB, Kingsland LC III, Waugh W, Benge JM, Sharp GC. Criteria tables as a possibly general knowledge representation. In: Lindberg D, Collen M. eds. Proceedings of the Congress on Medical Informatics, AAMSI Congress 84. Bethesda: American Association for Medical Systems and Informatics, 1984:187-2.
  100. Matheson N, Lindberg DAB. Subgroup report on medical information science skills. J Med Educ 1984;59(11):155-9.
  101. Kingsland LC III, Lindberg DAB. The criteria table form of knowledge representation in medical artificial intelligence. In: Proceedings of the Fifth Conference on Medical Informatics (MEDINFO). Amsterdam: North Holland Elsevier Science Publishers, 1986:12-16.
  102. Lindberg DAB. Evolution of medical informatics. In: Proceedings of the Symposium on Medical Informatics, Medical Education in the Information Age. Washington, D.C.: Association of American Medical Colleges, 1986:86-95.
  103. Lindberg DAB. Medical informatics/computers in medicine. JAMA 1986;256(15):2120.
  104. Lindberg DAB, Kingsland LC III, Grant KD, Sharp GC. The AI/Rheum knowledge-based consultant system in rheumatology. In: Proceedings of the Fifth Conference on Medical Informatics MEDINFO 86. Amsterdam: North-Holland Publishing Company, 1986:1144.
  105. Kingsland LC III, Lindberg DAB, Sharp GC. Anatomy of a knowledge-based system: AI/Rheum. MD Comput 1986;3(5):18-25.
  106. Lindberg DAB. Retraction of research findings. Science 1987;235(4785):1308.
  107. Lindberg DAB. Developing damage control for bad data. The Scientist. June 1987:13.
  108. Lindberg DAB, Humphreys BL. Toward a Unified Medical Language. In: Proceedings of the Seventh International Congress, Medical Informatics Europe '87. Rome, September 1987;1:23-31.
  109. Porter JF, Kingsland LC III, Lindberg DAB, Shah I, Benge JM, Hazelwood SE, Kay DR, Homma M, Akizuki M, Takano M, Sharp GC. The AI/RHEUM knowledge-based computer consultant system in rheumatology: performance in the diagnosis of 59 connective tissue disease cases from Japan. Arthritis Rheum 1988;31(2):219-26.
  110. Lindberg DAB. Information management for health and science. The Second David Maddison Lecture 1988. In: Proceedings of Medical Informatics and Information Management Systems, Newcastle, Australia. Faculty of Medicine, University of Newcastle, 1989:7-18.
  111. Lindberg DAB. Issues in information storage, dissemination and retrieval. In: Proceedings of Medical Informatics and Information Management Systems, Newcastle, Australia. Faculty of Medicine, University of Newcastle, 1989:25-30.
  112. Lindberg DAB. The National Library of Medicine. In: Colwell RR ed. Biomolecular Data: A Resource in Transition. New York: Oxford University Press, 1989:39-43.
  113. Lindberg DAB, Humphreys BL. Computer systems that understand medical meaning. In: Scherrer JR, Cote RA, Mandil SH, eds. Proceedings of the IFIP-IMIA WG6 International Working Conference on Computerized Natural Medical Language Processing for Knowledge Representation, Geneva, Switzerland, 1988. North-Holland: Elseveir Science Publishers, 1989:5-17.
  114. Humphreys BL, Lindberg DAB. Building the unified medical language system. In: Kingsland LC III ed. Proceedings of the Thirteenth Annual Symposium on Computer Applications in Medical Care. Washington, D.C.: IEEE Computer Society Press, 1989:475-80.
  115. Lindberg DAB. Information systems to support medical practice and scientific discovery. Methods Inform Med 1989;28:202-206.
  116. Lindberg DAB. Information policy (letter). Science 1989;Dec. 22;246(4937):1547-8.
  117. Lindberg DAB. Keynote Address: In praise of computing. In: Blum BI, Duncan K, eds. A History of Medical Informatics. New York: ACM Press, 1990:4-11.
  118. Lindberg DAB, Humphreys BL. The UMLS knowledge sources: tools for building better user interfaces. In: Miller RA, ed. Proceedings of the 14th Annual Symposium on Computer Applications in Medical Care. Los Alamos: IEEE, 1990:121-5.
  119. Humphreys BL, Lindberg DAB. The UMLS knowledge sources. In: HIMSS [Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society of the American Hospital Association] News 1990;1(6):5-6.
  120. Siegel ER, Rapp BA, Lindberg DAB. Evaluating the impact of MEDLINE using the Critical Incident Technique. In: Clayton PD, ed. Proceedings of the 15th Annual Symposium on Computer Applications in Medical Care. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1991;83-7.
  121. Lindberg DAB, Siegel ER. On assessing the impact of medical information: does MEDLINE make a difference? Meth Inform Med 1991;30:239-40.
  122. Humphreys BL, Lindberg DAB, Hole WM. Assessing and enhancing the value of the UMLS knowledge sources. In: Clayton PD, ed. Proceedings of the 15th Annual Symposium on Computer Applications in Medical Care. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1991;78-82.
  123. Kingsland LC III, Syed EJ, Lindberg DAB. COACH: an expert searcher program to assist Grateful Med users searching MEDLINE. In: Lun KC et al., eds. MEDINFO 92: Proceedings of the 7th World Congress on Medical Informatics. New York: North-Holland, 1992;382-6.
  124. Lindberg DAB, Humphreys BL. The Unified Medical Language System (UMLS) and computer-based patient records. In: Ball MJ, Collen MF, eds. Aspects of the computer-based patient record. New York: Springer-Verlag, 1992;165-75.
  125. Lindberg DAB, Humphreys BL. The Unified Medical Language System Project: A Distributed Experiment in Improving Access to Biomedical Information. In: MEDINFO 92 Proceedings of the Seventh World Congress on Medical Informatics. Geneva Palexpo, Switzerland: North - Holland Publishing Company, September 1992;1496-1500.
  126. Lindberg DAB. Medical information systems of the future. In: Burgdorf WHC et al., eds. Dermatology Progress and Perspectives [Proceedings of the 18th World Congress of Dermatology, New York 1992] Parthenon Publishing Lancs, UK.
  127. Lindberg DAB, Humphreys BL, McCray AT. The Unified Medical Language System. Meth. Inform. Med. 1993; 32: 281-291.
  128. Humphreys BL, Lindberg DA. The UMLS project: making the conceptual connection between users and the information they need. Bull Med Libr Assoc 1993;81(2):170-7.
  129. Lindberg DAB, Siegel ER, Rapp BA, Wallingford KT, Wilson SR. Use of MEDLINE by physicians for clinical problem solving. JAMA 1993;269(24):3124-9.
  130. Lindberg DAB, Corn M. National Initiatives in the USA: the NLM experience. In: Information Management and Technology in Health Care, Brittain, J.M. and Abbott, W. eds. pp 295-304, Taylor Graham, London 1993.
  131. Lindberg DAB. High Performance Libraries. In: The British Library, Dainton Lectures on Scientific and Technical Information, London 1993.
  132. Lindberg DAB. High performance computing and communications: the medical connection. In: Eleventh International Congress of the European Federation for Medical Informatics MIE 93. Freund Publishing House Ltd., Tel Aviv, Israel 1993;19-23.
  133. Lindberg DAB. Information: An Interconnected World. In: National Policy Perspectives. Academic Medicine August 1993; 606-607.
  134. Lindberg DAB. Global Information Infrastructure. In: International Journal of Bio-Medical Computing: 13-19. Elsevier Science Ireland Ltd. 1994.
  135. Lindberg DAB. NLM Is Exit on Information Superhighway (letter). Nation's Health 1994 Jul:2-3.
  136. Lindberg DAB, Humphreys BL. The High-Performance Computing and Communications Program, the National Information Infrastructure, and Health Care. In: J Am Med Informatics Assoc 1995;2:156-159
  137. Lindberg DAB, Humphreys BL. Computers in medicine. In: JAMA 1995;273(21): 1667-1668.
  138. Lindberg DAB. HPCC and the National Information Infrastructure: an overview. Bull Med Libr Assoc 1995 Jan;83(1):29-31.
  139. Lindberg DAB, Corn M. Information technology and lifelong learning for physicians. American College of Cardiology Learning Center Highlights. Summer 1995;10(4):11-13.
  140. Lindberg DAB. The modern library: lost and found. Bull Med Libr Assoc 1996 Jan;84(1):86-90.
  141. Lindberg DAB, Humphreys BL. Medical informatics. JAMA 1996 Jun 19;275(23): 18212-2.
  142. Lindberg DAB. The NLM and grateful med: promise, public health, and policy. Public Health Reports 1996 Nov-Dec;111(6):552-555.

Technical Reports and Professional Articles

  1. Mahen E, Munroe R, Dwyer SJ III, Rowland LR, Lindberg DAB. ARDS/PAK: A graphical display software system. In: Information Science Series. University of Missouri publication MOU-IS-DN-6; January 1970.
  2. Lindberg DAB, Sargent CW. Computer based union catalog project. In: Information Science Series. University of Missouri publication MOU-IS-TR-2;December 1970.
  3. Sargent CW, Lindberg DAB, Martin D. Data collection for a computer based union catalog system. In: Information Science Series. University of Missouri publication MOU-IS-TR-3;January 1971.
  4. Morse S, Rowland LR, Lindberg DAB. Design for a computer system for a large library book catalog. Part 2: Technical description of the internal arthitecture of the retrieval system. In: Information Science Series. University of Missouri publication MOU-IS-TR-6;March 1971.
  5. Monroe R, Rowland LR, Ressler C, Morrison G, Lindberg DAB. Low speed transmission of computer data from IBM 360/50 to DEC PDP-12. In: Information Science Series. University of Missouri publication MOU-IS-DN-0;May 1971.
  6. Carroll CE, Lindberg DAB, Morrison G, Rowland LR. The University inter-campus library communication system. In: Information Science Series. University of Missouri publication MOU-IS-TR-8;August 1971.
  7. Information Science Staff. A study of the feasibility of establishing a dial access audio message system. In: Information Science Series. University of Missouri publication MOU-IS-TR-9;May 1972.
  8. Watson FR, Ivy HB, Lindberg DAB. Precision and diagnosis: A computer program support for a mathematical model of the effects of precision of the measurements upon performance of a diagnostic decision scheme. In: Information Science Series. University of Missouri publication MOU-IS-DN-10;April 1973.
  9. Simpkins J, Lindberg DAB. Disease classification: As an exercise in human pattern discrimination. In: Information Science Series. University of Missouri publication MOU-IS-TR-11;April 1973.
  10. Lindberg DAB, Tebbe DL, Garten S, Ivy H, Deland EC. Anion Gap exhibit by serum electrolyte determinations. In: Information Science Series. University of Missouri publication MOU-IS-TR-12;June 1973.
  11. Kingsland LC III, Lindberg DAB. Scorings of computer based examination for clinical competence using question sequence information. In: Information Science Series. University of Missouri publication MOU-IS-TR-13;July 1973.
  12. Lindberg DAB, Tebbe DL, Ivy H, Garten S, Deland EC. Encipherment schemes for serum electrolyte patterns. In: Information Science Series. University of Missouri publication MOU-IS-TR-14;August 1973.
  13. Lindberg DAB, Garten S, Kingsland LC III, Deland EC. Experimental use of a thermodynamic chemical model of human blood for detection of errors in clinical laboratory determinations. In: Information Science Series. University of Missouri publication MOU-IS-TR-10;August 1973.
  14. Walley LJ, Chang JK, Dwyer SJ III, Lindberg DAB. Mathematical model for disease prediction: a quantitative model for prediction of potential for rocky mountain spotted fever in the western United States. In: Information Science Series. University of Missouri publication MOU-IS-PR-1 (DDC available); August 1973.
  15. Lindberg DAB, Long JH, Kingsland LC III, Dwyer SJ III. Mathematical model for disease prediction: a quantitative model for prediction of potential for rocky mountain spotted fever in the western United States. In: Information Science Series. University of Missouri publication MOU-IS-PR-2 (DDC available; September 1973.
  16. Tebbe DL, Lindberg DAB. Computer simulation of values for human serum electrolytes. In: Information Science Series. University of Missouri publication MOU-IS-DN-13; November 1973.
  17. Lindberg DAB, Morrison GE, Garten S, Dubeau N. The audio message center of the University of Missouri Medical Center. In: Information Science Series. University of Missouri publication MOU-IS-DN-14;December 1973.
  18. Kingsland LC III, Lindberg DAB. Mathematical model for disease prediction: Computer operation of a qualitative mathematical model for rocky mountain spotted fever in the western United States. In: Information Science Series. University of Missouri publication MOU-IS-PR-4 (DDC available); February 1974.
  19. Lindberg DAB, Dwyer SJ III, Chang JK. Mathematical model for disease prediction: final report. In: Information Science Series. University of Missouri publication MOU-IS-PR-5 (DDC available);October 1974.
  20. Kantor R, Carroll J, Harlow CA, Henderson S, Dwyer SJ III, Lindberg DAB. Disease information system: techniques for map generation by computer. In: Information Science Series. University of Missouri publication MOU-IS-PR-6 (DDC available);November 1974.
  21. Ivy H, Kingsland LC III, Lindberg DAB, Dubeau N. Disease information system: map conversion. In: Information Science Series. University of Missouri publication MOU-IS-PR-7 (DDC available);November 1974.
  22. Deland EC, Garten S, Ivy H, Kingsland LC III, Lindberg DAB. Simulation of performance of THERMO: mathematical model of blood biochemistry. In: Information Science Series. University of Missouri publication MOU-IS-TR-15 (DDC available);July 1974.
  23. Lindberg DAB, Dwyer SJ III. Disease information system: final report. In: Information Science Series. University of Missouri publication MOU-IS-PR-9 (DDC available);October 1975.
  24. Spratt J Jr, Watson FR, Lindberg DAB. Disease information sytem: ground temperature derived from other geophysical observations. In: Information Science Series. University of Missouri publication MOU-IS-PR-8 (DDC available);January 1976.
  25. Farmer MG, Lindberg DAB. Application of mini-computer to a biomedical research database probelm. In: Information Science Series. University of Missouri publication MOU-IS-TR-16;October 1976.
  26. Takasugi S, Morton P, Deland E, Lindberg DAB. Linear model of the blood chemical components for estimating the steady-state distribution in serum and red blood cell compartments based on thermodynamic principles. In: Information Science Series. University of Missouri publication MOU-IS-TR-17;October 1976.
  27. Lindberg DAB. R & D challenges to the National Library of Medicine. Presented to the task force on the NLM Extramural Research Grant Program, July 1977:22.
  28. Simpkins JD, McFarland W, Larsen GN, Brenner DJ, Lindberg DAB. Microprocessor technology: Implications for continuing education in the health professions. In: Health Care Technology Center Series. University of Missouri publication UMC/HCTC/D-002;March 1978.
  29. Lindberg DAB. Impact of public policy on the development adoption, and diffusion of medical information systems technology. Testimony in Hearings on Computers in Health Care before the Subcommittee on Domestic and International Scientific Planning, Analysis and Cooperation of the Committee on Science and Technology of the U.S. House of Representatives, Ninety-fifth Congress, Second Session. Washington, D.C.: U.S. GPO publication no. 106, 1978:333-67.
  30. Takasugi S, Wolfe FJ, Kingsland LC III, Goldman D, Winn DM, Takano M, Sharp GC, Lindberg, DAB. Classification criteria differentiating typical cases of mixed connective tissue disease (MCTD) from systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE). In: Information Science Series. University of Missouri publication MOU-IS-TR-18;March 1979.
  31. Anderson PC, Lindberg DAB, Walsh TR. Treatment of psoriasis by peritoneal dialysis. In: Health Care Compendium Series. University of Missouri publication UMS/HCTC/C-011;1979.
  32. Lindberg DAB, Riecken HW. Future programs at the National Library of Medicine. Bull Med Libr Assoc 1986:74(4). Lindberg DAB, Schoolman HM. The National Library of Medicine and medical informatics. West J Med 1986;145:786-90.
  33. Lindberg DAB. National Library of Medicine: The view at 150 years. Journal of the American Society for Information Science 1987;38(1):34-9.
  34. Lindberg DAB. The IAIMS initiatives of NLM, institutional planning for advanced information services. Journal of the American Society for Information Science 1988;39(2):105-6.
  35. Lindberg DAB, Kalina CR. The National Library of Medicine-preservation of the biomedical literature. In: Luner P ed. TAPPI (Technical Association of the Pulp and Paper Industry) Paper Preservation Symposium Proceedings, Atlanta: TAPPI Press, 1988;23-4.
  36. Lindberg DAB. The IAIMS Opportunity: The NLM View. Bull Med Libr Assoc 1988;76(3):224-5.
  37. Schoolman HM, Lindberg DAB. The information age in concept and practice at the National Library of Medicine. Ann Am Acad 1988;495:117-26.
  38. Lindberg DAB. NLM offering more access, services. In: Tomich N ed. U.S. Medicine. Washington, DC: F M Best, 1990(Jan):23-24.
  39. Lindberg, DAB. Keynote Address: Informatics in dentistry. In: Rienhoff O, Lindberg DAB. eds. Lecture Notes in Medical Informatics #39: Dental Informatics: Strategic Issues for the Dental Profession. Salley JJ, Zimmerman JL, Ball MJ, eds. Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag, 1990: 9-16.
  40. Lindberg, DAB. AMIA comes of age. MD Comput 1990;7:76-7.
  41. Lindberg DAB. NLM reaches out to individual MD. In: Tomich N, ed. U.S. Medicine. Washington, DC: F M Best, 1991;27(1&2):50-1.
  42. Lindberg DAB. Perspectives on computers in medicine. In: Perspectives. Michigan State University Kalamazoo Center for Medical Studies, Winter 1991:1-2.
  43. Lindberg DAB. Partners in Outreach: Area health education centers and the National Library of Medicine. In: Jordan L, ed. National AHEC Bulletin, 1991;VIII(3):15-19.
  44. Lindberg DAB. High-Speed communications in medicine. Proceedings of FLICC Forums on Federal Information Policies 1991;(March 21):90-1.
  45. Lindberg DAB. Enrollment growth continues at NLM. In: Tomich N, ed. U.S. Medicine. Washington, DC: F M Best, 1992;28(1&2):15-16.
  46. Lindberg DAB. Keynote presentation at Inaugural Event of the American Institute of Medical and Biological Engineering. Medical and Biological Engineering: a celebration of the past and challenges of the future. AIMBE 1992;(February 24&25):13-20.
  47. Lindberg DAB, West RT, Corn M. IAIMS: An overview from the National Library of Medicine. Bull Med Libr Assoc 1992 Jul;80(3):244-6.
  48. Lindberg DAB. Opinion: Health Care and HPCC. Sharing Medical Imagery requires massive power and speed. Washington Technol 1993 Mar 25:13.
  49. Lindberg DAB. NLM online network logs user increase. U.S. Medicine 1993;29(1&2):48-9.
  50. Lindberg DAB. The National Library of Medicine and its role. In: Comment and Opinion. Bull Med Libr Assoc 1993;81(1):71-3.
  51. Lindberg, DAB. Information access enhanced at NLM. US Med 1994 Jan;30(1-2):37-8.
  52. Lindberg, DAB. The information infrastructure of health care. In: Medical and Biological Engineering in the Future of Health Care 1994 G-084:113-117.
  53. Lindberg, DAB. NLM net captures growing universe. US Med 1995 Feb;29-31.
  54. Houtchens BA, Allen A, Clemmer TP, Lindberg DAB, Pedersen S. Telemedicine Protocols and Standards: Development and Implementation. Bethesda: Journal of Medical Systems April 1995;(2):93-119.
  55. Lindberg, DAB. Net Prophet. (Interview). In: Physician's Practice Digest Summer 1995;5(3):19-29.
  56. Lindberg, DAB. Medical informatics. The Scientist. September 1995;13.
  57. Lindberg, DAB. Information superhighway: Where+s the medical lane? The Internist, 1995 Nov-Dec;18-19.
  58. Lindberg, DAB. NLM logs increase in online searches. U.S. Medicine 1996 Jan; 32(1-2):28-30.
  59. Lindberg DAB. Innovations raise visibility of NLM. U.S. Medicine 1997 Jan; 33(1-2):4-6.
  60. Corn M, Lindberg DAB. IAIMS Today, IAIMS. Academic Medicine 1997 March; 72(3):198-99.