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Articles published in Med J Aust

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    August 2022
  1. LITTLE M
    Is D-dimer the new test for venom-induced consumption coagulopathy after snakebite?
    Med J Aust. 2022;217:191-192.
    PubMed    


  2. ISBISTER GK, Noutsos T, Jenkins S, Isoardi KZ, et al
    D-dimer testing for early detection of venom-induced consumption coagulopathy after snakebite in Australia (ASP-29).
    Med J Aust. 2022;217:203-207.
    PubMed     Abstract available


    May 2022
  3. XU RW, Stinear TP, Johnson PD, O'Brien DP, et al
    Possum bites man: case of Buruli ulcer following possum bite.
    Med J Aust. 2022;216:452-453.
    PubMed    


  4. RENGEL AC, Davel S, O'Connor S, Medcraft N, et al
    Rhabdomyolysis due to jellyfish envenomation in Western Australian waters.
    Med J Aust. 2022;216:397-399.
    PubMed    


    February 2022
  5. FERSON MJ, Flanigan S, Cains T
    Lead poisoning outbreak from consumption of contaminated Ayurvedic medication.
    Med J Aust. 2022 Feb 15. doi: 10.5694/mja2.51422.
    PubMed    


    September 2021
  6. FREEMAN E, Roberts SK
    Drug-induced liver injury caused by herbal and dietary supplements: where to next?
    Med J Aust. 2021;215:259-260.
    PubMed    


  7. NASH E, Sabih AH, Chetwood J, Wood G, et al
    Drug-induced liver injury in Australia, 2009-2020: the increasing proportion of non-paracetamol cases linked with herbal and dietary supplements.
    Med J Aust. 2021;215:261-268.
    PubMed     Abstract available


    April 2021
  8. PATEL K, Gin A, Scardamaglia L
    Palmoplantar keratosis caused by arsenic toxicity.
    Med J Aust. 2021;214:258.
    PubMed    


    July 2020
  9. CHEN KT, Chiu CM
    Snakebite: an overlooked occupational hazard.
    Med J Aust. 2020;213:12-12.
    PubMed    


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