• Liver abscess in neonates 

      Simeunovic E.; Arnold M.; Sidler D.; Moore S.W. (2009)
      Introduction: Liver abscesses are rare in neonates with the majority resulting from an ascending infection via the umbilical and portal veins, haematogenous spread, or via the biliary tree, or via direct contiguous spread ...
    • Managing the asymptomatic diabetic patient with silent myocardial ischaemia 

      Doubell A.F. (2002)
      Coronary artery disease is common in diabetic patients and remains the major cause of death in these patients. However myocardial ischaemia resulting from coronary lesions does not always give rise to symptoms. The managing ...
    • Membrane saturated fatty acids and disease progression in Multiple Sclerosis patients 

      Hon, G. M.; Hassan, M. S.; Van Rensburg, S. J.; Abel, S.; Erasmus R. T.; Matsha, T. (2009)
      The risk of developing multiple sclerosis is associated with increased dietary intake of saturated fatty acids. We determined the fatty acid composition within the different phospholipid fractions of red blood and peripheral ...