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15-Jan-2001Clinical effects of bites from formally identified spiders in tropical Northern Territory.Isbister, G K; Churchill, T B; Hirst, D B; Gray, M R; Currie, B JJournal Article-
Jul-1998Cryptococcosis in HIV negative patients: findings on chest radiography.Roebuck, D J; Fisher, D A; Currie, B JJournal Article-
17-Jun-1996Emerging epidemic of community-acquired methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus infection in the Northern Territory.Maguire, G P; Arthur, A D; Boustead, P J; Dwyer, B; Currie, B JJournal Article-
Apr-1997Open versus closed surgical treatment of abscesses: a controlled clinical trial.Abraham, N; Doudle, M; Carson, PClinical Trial; Comparative Study; Journal Article; Randomized Controlled Trial-
Dec-1996An 18 year clinical review of septic arthritis from tropical Australia.Morgan, D S; Fisher, D; Merianos, A; Currie, B JJournal Article-
19-Apr-1993An outbreak of epidemic polyarthritis (Ross River virus disease) in the Northern Territory during the 1990-1991 wet season.Tai, K S; Whelan, P I; Patel, M S; Currie, BJournal Article-
Sep-2001Emergency department triage of indigenous and non-indigenous patients in tropical Australia.Johnston-Leek, M; Sprivulis, P; Stella, J; Palmer, DComparative Study; Journal Article-
Oct-2000Endemic melioidosis in tropical northern Australia: a 10-year prospective study and review of the literature.Currie, B J; Fisher, D A; Howard, D M; Burrow, J N; Lo, D; Selva-Nayagam, S; Anstey, N M; Huffam, S E; Snelling, P L; Marks, P J; Stephens, D P; Lum, G D; Jacups, S P; Krause, V LJournal Article; Research Support, Non-U.S. Gov't; Review-
Oct-2000Nontuberculous mycobacterial disease in northern Australia: a case series and review of the literature.O'Brien, D P; Currie, B J; Krause, V LJournal Article; Review-
Dec-1993Cryptococcus neoformans in tropical northern Australia: predominantly variant gattii with good outcomes.Fisher, D; Burrow, J; Lo, D; Currie, BJournal Article-