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Helicobacter pylori 14-10-2015
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Since its recognition as a potential human pathogen in 1982, Helicobacter pylori has been implicated as a cause of chronic gastritis, most peptic ulcers, gastric adenocarcinoma and lymphoma. It has been estimated to affect up to 50% of the world's population, occurring at any age and across all socio-economic groups, although the risk of acquisition is related to socioeconomic status and living conditions early in life.

Molecular diagnosis of infectious diseases - 2015 01-06-2015
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Douglass Hanly Moir Pathology (DHM) has been at the forefront in the provision of a high quality molecular diagnostic service to medical practitioners in private practice. Assays are currently available for a wide range of bacterial and viral pathogens and we are committed to the evaluation and implementation of additional molecular assays for the rapid and accurate diagnosis of infection.

 

Genetic Testing 11-02-2015
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Genetic testing is changing the face of modern pathology. Sonic Genetics brings together the extensive range of genetic tests performed by Sonic Healthcare's specialised genetic laboratories, under the guidance and leadership of a group of eminent genetic pathologists.

Coeliac Brochure 15-01-2015
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Coeliac Flowchart 15-01-2015
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Tumour Markers 15-01-2015
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Pre-operative Anaemia 24-09-2014
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Many patients are anaemic when they come to surgery. The importance of this has been highlighted in guidelines recently published by the National Blood Authority. Anaemic patients are more likely to require blood transfusion after surgery. Of these anaemic patients, about half are found to have iron deficiency. If iron deficiency is treated before surgery, then the rate of transfusion is diminished, but if the iron deficiency is treated after surgery, then the rate of transfusion is not significantly altered.

ISACology March 2010 24-03-2010
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