Canadian Journal of Infectious Diseases and Medical Microbiology

Table of Contents: 1991

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  • Volume 2
  • - Article ID 374921
  • - Hepatitis B: Canada's Overlooked STD

Family Practitioners and Sexually Transmitted Diseases

Marc Steben
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  • Volume 2
  • - Article ID 152393
  • - Hepatitis B: Canada's Overlooked STD

Heterosexual Transmission of Hepatitis B virus: A Public Health Perspective

Jean Robert
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  • - Article ID 935418
  • - Hepatitis B: Canada's Overlooked STD

High Risk Sexually Transmitted Disease Behaviour in Canada

Noni E MacDonald
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  • - Article ID 571534
  • - Hepatitis B: Canada's Overlooked STD

Heterosexual Transmission of Hepatitis B and Implications for Vaccine Prevention Strategies

Miriam J Alter
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  • - Article ID 473236
  • - Hepatitis B: Canada's Overlooked STD

Control of Sexually Transmitted Disease: The Canadian Perspective

Paul R Gully
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  • - Article ID 836192
  • - Hepatitis B: Canada's Overlooked STD

Sexual Transmission of Hepatitis B virus: Epidemiological Considerations and Implications for Control with Vaccine

Franklyn N Judson
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  • - Article ID 793792
  • - Introduction

Hepatitis B: Canada's Overlooked Sexually Transmitted Disease

J Michael Dixon
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  • Volume 2
  • - Article ID 429765
  • - LCDC Report

DNA Amplification Fingerprinting: Another Diagnostic Tool?

KR Rozee | WM Johnson
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  • Volume 2
  • - Article ID 686408
  • - Case Report

Pneumococcal Endometritis with Peritonitis: Case Report and Review of the Literature

KI Ostrowska | C Rotstein | ... | LA Mandell
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  • Volume 2
  • - Article ID 638031
  • - Review

A Review of Tuberculous Meningitis in a Canadian Pediatric Hospital

Lissette Navas | Elaine Wang
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  • Volume 2
  • - Article ID 327589
  • - Original Article

Spontaneous Bacterial Peritonitis: Analysis of Treatment and Outcome

Gary H Victor | Steven M Opal
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  • Volume 2
  • - Article ID 139202
  • - Original Article

Pyuria in Institutionalized Elderly Subjects

K Rodgers | LE Nicolle | ... | D Murray
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  • - Article ID 312417
  • - Original Article

An Epidemic of Primary Tuberculosis in a Canadian Aboriginal Community

Manuel W Mah | Elizabeth Anne Fanning
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  • Volume 2
  • - Article ID 297605
  • - Editorial

Tuberculosis – Still a Major Health Problem

Earl S Hershfield
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  • Volume 2
  • - Article ID 620450
  • - LCDC Report

The Field Epidemiology Training Program at the LCDC

J Hockin
Canadian Journal of Infectious Diseases and Medical Microbiology
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