Though we often say that retina covers the whole internet for medical professionals, technically we do not cover the whole internet. The clinical topic platform excludes a number of patient level blogs, websites and forums (including the famous wikipedia) . As because both of the inclusion and exclusion is partly automated ( we depend on certain page parameter and url pattern to decide which website to index and what not), sometime a good physician level document might be missed because that originally comes from a patient level website.
Though this type of thing can happen only in a rare instance ( for most other time, retina is always better than google from physician's point of view), we do not want our users to search with any doubt in their mind ( I have no problem in going upto 7th page. May i get anything extra in google? ).
So hereby we are introducing a new tab "unfiltered google" in this search platform. This tab retains our basic algorithm ( preference towards high quality physician level pages ), but searches the whole web. Thus when you have such doubt, you can simply check by clicking here, if you have missed anything.
Now, one more thing, though the name is "unfiltered google", the results will still be way better than original google for most of the physician level queries because of the inbuilt quality-improving-algorithm in retina. Its just that it will cover a large number of additional websites as well, those will sometime dilute the quality of the result ( like that happens in original google) or sometime will provide a few additional good-quality links that would have been missed otherwise.( that is the whole purpose of it ).
let us know how do you feel about this new change! Try this new tab in our clinical topic search interface