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CMAJ

May 2, 2000 / le 2 mai 2000

CMAJ 2000; 162(9)


Highlights of this issue

Cover:
The older brother of cover artist Shane Armstrong underwent bilateral myringotomy with tympanostomy tube insertion, the most common operation among children in Canada. In this issue, Warren McIsaac and colleagues report a lack of consensus in managing such cases and suggest that the guidelines be revisited (page 1285).

Tympanostomy tube insertion


  Editorial · Éditorial
1265 Tobacco in the courts [HTML / PDF]
1267 Le tabac devant les tribunaux [HTML / PDF]

1273 Letters Correspondance [PDF]
Instructions to correspondents

  Research Recherche
1281 Anaphylactoid reactions and angioedema during alteplase treatment of acute ischemic stroke
M.D. Hill, P.A. Barber, J. Takahashi, A.M. Demchuk, T.E. Feasby, A.M. Buchan
[HTML / PDF]
1285 Otolaryngologists' perceptions of the indications for tympanostomy tube insertion in children
W.J. McIsaac, P.C. Coyte, R. Croxford, C.V. Asche, J. Friedberg, W. Feldman
[HTML / PDF]
1289 Development and validation of the Osteoporosis Risk Assessment Instrument to facilitate selection of women for bone densitometry
S.M. Cadarette, S.B. Jaglal, N. Kreiger, W.J. McIsaac, G.A. Darlington, J.V. Tu
[HTML / PDF]

  Commentary Commentaire
1297 Ending waiting-list mismanagement: principles and practice
S. Lewis, M.L. Barer, C. Sanmartin, S. Sheps, S.E.D. Shortt, P.W. McDonald
[HTML / PDF]
1301 Why randomized controlled trials fail but needn't: a new series is launched
D.L. Sackett, J. Hoey
[HTML / PDF]

  Review Synthèse
1305 Waiting for medical services in Canada: lots of heat, but little light
C. Sanmartin, S.E.D. Shortt, M.L. Barer, S. Sheps, S. Lewis, P.W. McDonald
[HTML / PDF]
1311 Why randomized controlled trials fail but needn't: 1. Failure to gain "coal-face" commitment and to use the uncertainty principle
D.L. Sackett
[HTML / PDF]
1315 Defusing the intra-abdominal ticking bomb: intestinal malrotation in children
I.M. Kamal
[HTML / PDF]
1318 Rheumatology: 3. Getting the most out of radiology
G. Reid, J.M. Esdaile
[HTML / PDF]

1329 The Left Atrium De l'Oreille Gauche [HTML / PDF]
 
  • Unmaking the ethics case (book review by C. Ells)
  • Fiction by B. Deady
  • Radical art from Mexico City
  • Poetry by B. Chandra

1337 News and analysis Nouvelles et analyses [PDF]
 

1387 Deaths Nécrologie

  Heart and Soul Gens de cœur
1388 MD helped bring fetal alcohol syndrome out of the closet in BC
H. Kent
[HTML / PDF]

  Special Supplement Supplément spécial
  Cardiovascular disease risk factors
[HTML / PDF]


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