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Tianping Zhou, Yihong Xu, Aiai Zhang, Lan Zhou, Qing Zhang, Zhou Ji, and Weidong Xu

regarding ACLR. While most of the articles involve clinical research or are reviews, few studies have attempted to statistically analyze the data of these publications. Bibliometric analysis is a mathematical and statistical method used to analyze the

Junbo He, Tingkui Wu, Chen Ding, Beiyu Wang, Ying Hong, and Hao Liu

, gathering critical information from literature remains challenging. Thus, identifying the most impactful publications and trends in research hotspots is of great significance. The bibliometric analysis applies multiple methods to qualitatively and

Minghe Yao, Tingkui Wu, and Beiyu Wang

enhance disc regeneration ( 52 ). Such an increase in the literature and cooperation of different categories required new approaches to analyze the trends in the field. Bibliometric analysis is a quantitative study of scientific publications that aims to

Martin McNally, Irene Sigmund, Andrew Hotchen, and Ricardo Sousa

trends in periprosthetic joint infection: a bibliometric analysis . International Journal of Infectious Diseases 2020 96 696 – 709 . ( ) 5. McNally MA Sousa R Wouthuyzen-Bakker M , The EBJIS Definition