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His angiography described as 'rushed and rough and alarming to watch'
But does that make a difference to patient outcomes?
Test can prove useful if the diagnosis is unclear, according to draft guidelines.
Following the US move to lower targets would be 'dangerous and counterproductive'
Associate Professor Cliff Rosendahl and Christine Lee present the latest case...
Melbourne researchers have reviewed the literature for AHPRA.
GPs are more likely to offer medication than to refer, BEACH data shows.
It is the disease's 'most devasting' extra-articular manifestation
Survey shows many people think a positive test is diagnostic.
A boy had a gangrenous thumb amputated.
Two therapies with cancer indications will be listed from 1 May.
Australian academics explain why they're dubious.
Why medicinal cannabis may help chronic pain sufferers
Largest study to date
There is a strong seasonal pattern, a new Australian study shows.
This goal is achievable in most children thanks to therapeutic advances, the experts say.
It's important to encourage these patients to quit smoking, researchers say.
Report identifies seven modifiable risk factors for dementia
Testing rates are still way below where they should be.
Capsaicin triggered cerebral vasoconstriction
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