A Journal of the University of Malta Medical School
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Mario R Borg
Mario R Borg graduated in Pharmacy at the University of Malta in 1986. After a number of years working in quality control and retail pharmacy practice, he pursued both a BA and an MA in History of Art. Following a brief apprenticeship at the Neue Pinakothek in Munich, he joined St Martin’s College in the capacity of art teacher where he has been teaching for the past seventeen years.
Apart from a passion for art and art history he also shows a keen interest in film.
Feminization of the medical profession in Malta
The male to female ratio at birth in different regions in Malta
Auditing thrombolysis service for stroke at Mater Dei Hospital
Benchmarking local practice in view of introduction of thrombolysis for stroke in Malta
Excision Margins in Breast Conserving Surgery
A review of the metered dose inhaler technique in asthmatic and COPD patients
Maltese with genetic susceptibility to poliomyelitis: sibs with paralysis at different times
Current GOLD recommendations and its implementation within hospitalised COPD patients in Malta
When Intra-partum Electronic Fetal Monitoring becomes Court Business
Multiple Cerebral Infarctions In The Context Of Malignancy
Coronary Artery Fistulae: 4 cases repaired surgically
King George V Hospital in Malta – Sacra Infermeria for the Order of St. Lazarus of Jerusalem
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