An "acute abdomen" in Antarctica. The problems of diagnosis and management.
- Published Article
The Medical journal of Australia
- Publication Date
Aug 05, 1985
Current Australian Antarctic activities require a unique medical service: a sole medical officer is responsible for the total care of 20 to 30 expeditioners (and of himself) for around nine months a year. A case of "acute abdomen" at Casey, Antarctica, is described and the problems of diagnosis and management, in this isolated medical practice, are discussed.
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