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MJA

Volume 172 Issue 5

6 March 2000

Editorials

  • Breast cancer guidelines in action Sally Redman, Tom S Reeve (MJA 2000; 172: 196-197)
  • The management of acute myocardial infarction: a ray of sunshine Michael Jelinek (MJA 2000; 172: 197-198)
  • The international consensus statement on cerebral palsy causation Nadia Badawi (MJA 2000; 172: 199-200)
  • Healthcare services for low-incidence anomalies Jonathan R Sandy, Stephen L Singer, Alison C Williams (MJA 2000; 172: 201-202)

Research

  • The effect of mammographic screening on invasive breast cancer in Western Australia Konrad Jamrozik, Michael J Byrne, Joanna M Dewar, Jennet M Harvey, David M Ingram, Richard W Parsons, Natasha Watson (MJA 2000; 172: 203-206)
  • Stated and actual management of acute myocardial infarction among different specialties Lynette L-Y Lim, Richard F Heller, Rachel L O'Connell, Kate D'Este (MJA 2000; 172: 208-212)

Healthcare

Sports Medicine

Position Statement

  • Use, misuse and abuse of androgens . The Endocrine Society of Australia consensus guidelines for androgen prescribing Ann J Conway, David J Handelsman, Doug W Lording, Bronwyn Stuckey, Jeffrey D Zajac, on behalf of the Endocrine Society of Australia (MJA 2000; 172: 220-224)

New Drugs, Old Drugs

Viewpoint

Clinical Update

  • Uterine artery embolisation for symptomatic fibroids Richard W Dover, Hugh W Torode, Greg M Briggs (MJA 2000; 172: 233-236)

Lessons From Practice

  • Delayed diagnoses of cystic fibrosis in a screened population Dominic A Fitzgerald, Yashwant Sinha, Karen McKay (MJA 2000; 172: 238-238)