A Journal of the University of Malta Medical School
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Minted in 1976, to commemorate the tercentenary anniversary of the founding of the School of Anatomy and Surgeru. The obverse, as depicted, has recently been adopted as the seal of the University of Malta Medical School. The reverse depicts the coat-of-arms of the University of Malta and the inscription ATHENAEUM MELITENSE - MCMLXXVI.
Educational programme for patients with type 2 diabetes at community health centres: What is the evidence?
The use of inhaled corticosteroids in wheezy pre-school age children:
Current practice and literature review
Management of head injury in children less than 2 years of age: high time for a guideline
Coming clean on hand hygiene
A review of the aetiology and management of vocal behaviour in dementia
Acute coronary syndrome in diclofenac sodium-induced type I hypersensitivity reaction: Kounis syndrome
Rhinitis in general practice
Hospitaller activities in medieval Malta
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