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Continuing Medical Education - Vol 29, No 1 (2011)

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Articles

What is the diabetic foot?: The rising prevalence of diabetes worldwide will mean an increasing prevalence of complications such as those of the extremities EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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M Forlee
Principles of management of vascular problems in the diabetic foot: A multidisciplinary approach accounting for the complex pathobiology and biomechanics of the diabetic foot is crucial to decrease the rate of amputations EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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L Tudhope
Diagnosis of diabetes in 2010: Diabetes continues to be an important disease and the incidence is rising EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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JA Dave, C Weinreich
Targeted treatment of severe head injury: Head injury is poorly classified for treatment and so its categorisation is not as useful as it could be to guide therapy EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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AA Figaji
Approach to the diagnosis of a breast lump: A breast lump raises the fear of breast cancer in all women EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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I Buccimazza
Asthma education: An understanding of asthma, by patient and doctor, is central to managing the disease EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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ME Levin
Allergic rhinitis in children: Allergic rhinitis is the most common chronic disorder affecting children EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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AI Manjra
Cow’s milk allergy in children: Cow’s milk allergy is more common in children than in adults EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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C Motala
Modern management of paediatric burns Burn injuries pose a major threat to children in South Africa and remain a devastating injury, because of the resulting severe emotional and physical scarring and long psycho-social implications EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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S Cox, H Rode


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