Medline searches- you don’t want to get too many results; you can use filters. Start with the medline databases.
There are aspects that you can click on, to further specify your main heading.
Make sure that you are at the right hierarchical level in the medical subject headings. Too specific? Too not specific enough?
Oooh, somebody mentioned aerospace medicine. Yay!
I feel like I got stuck in a time warp, and ended up back in LS 500!
Look at the MeSH heading treetops! There’s A, B, and C.
Then when you click on those, you tunnel down,
The further sections are divided up logically, to represent medical knowledge: they’re divided up similar to texbook styles, and based on Flexner’s medical education model.
If you’re talking about something like “e coli”, you can usually specify by saying “e coli infections”, so that takes you to “diseases” instead of “organisms”.