MEDLINE Complete: It is the largest medical database, and will provide you with scholarly journal articles.
No luck? Try CINAHL or Health Source.
Image Source: Gray's Anatomy. 20th edition. 1918. Public Domain. Wikimedia Commons.
MEDLINE is available via many gateways or interfaces: PubMed is one, EBSCO is another.
PubMed is the free public interface to MEDLINE. Searching PubMed provides:
Searching MEDLINE Complete via EBSCO provides:
Bottom line: PubMed is doing more for your search behind the scenes. It automatically explodes (includes narrower MeSH terms), and term maps (matches keywords to MeSH terms and pulls the MeSH terms into the keyword search). It also provides access to a bit more information,
EBSCO's MEDLINE Complete interface is a bit easier to search--but does not automatically explode or term map.
Primo is a discovery search tool that you can use to begin your research or to find additional resources.
Primo does not search everything the library has access to; it should not be used exclusively. It can, however, be a valuable additional resource.