Internal Medicine Journal

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Edited By: Jeff Szer

Impact Factor: 1.644

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2014: 62/153 (Medicine General & Internal)

Online ISSN: 1445-5994

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Variability in vitamin D assays impairs clinical assessment of vitamin D status
J. K. C. Lai, R. M. Lucas, E. Banks, A.-L. Ponsonby and the Ausimmune Investigator Group

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Clinical heterogeneity and prognostic features of South Australian patients with anti-synthetase autoantibodies
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Use of empiric antimicrobial therapy in neutropenic fever
C. S. Tam, M. O'Reilly, D. Andresen, S. Lingaratnam, A. Kelly, K. Burbury, J. Turnidge, M. A. Slavin, L. J. Worth, L. Dawson and K. A. Thursky

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International travel in the immunocompromised patient: a cross-sectional survey of travel advice in 254 consecutive patients

C. Bialy, K. Horne, C. Dendle et al.

Our primary aim was to determine the rate of overseas travel in immunocompromised individuals attending appropriate clinics at an Australian tertiary care hospital. We also aimed to characterise health-seeking behaviour prior to travel and investigated sources of pre-travel advice, compared travel patterns and activities between three specific immunosuppressed groups, and examined pre-immunosuppression patient serology.