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MJA

Volume 175 Issue 7

1 October 2001

Editorials

  • Inappropriate use of blood: is the problem intractable? Cees Th Smit Sibinga (MJA 2001; 175: 348-349)
  • Buprenorphine: better late than never Alex D Wodak, Wayne D Hall (MJA 2001; 175: 349-350)

Conference Report

Research

Indigenous Health

Diagnostic Dilemmas

  • Metastatic thyroid carcinoma in the presence of struma ovarii Sor Way Chan, Kenneth E Farrell (MJA 2001; 175: 373-374)

Clinical Update

  • Improving the treatment of leg ulcers Gabrielle M McMullin (MJA 2001; 175: 375-378)

Clinical Ethics

Viewpoint

  • Evidence-based medicine and everyday reality Ken Cox (MJA 2001; 175: 382-383)

Lessons from Practice

  • Adrenal apoplexy: an inconspicuous cause of hypotension in the intensive care patient Jerry R Greenfield, Donald J Chisholm (MJA 2001; 175: 384-385)

EBM Trials on Trial

  • Scientific background and rationale for a randomised controlled trial Davina Ghersi, Val J Gebski, Anthony C Keech (MJA 2001; 175: 386)
  • Will less liberal red-cell transfusion (with a lower haemoglobin threshold) still reduce rates of death and organ failure? Rinaldo Bellomo (MJA 2001; 175: 387)