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FACULTY OF HEALTH SCIENCES
FAMILY MEDICINE (CONTINUED)
Rossouw M, Hitchcock SA, and Botes M. 2016. The end of the line? A case of drug resistance to third-line antiretroviral therapy. In Southern African Journal of HIV Medicine, 17(1), pp 1-3. http://hdl.handle.net/2263/53251.
Yousuf Hussein S, Swanepoel DCDW, Biagio de Jager L, Myburgh HC, Eikelboom RH, and Hugo JFM. 2016. Smartphone hearing screening in mHealth assisted community-based primary care. In Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare, 22(7), pp 405-412.
FORENSIC MEDICINE
JOURNAL ARTICLES
du Plessis M, Hlaise K, and Blumenthal R. 2016. Ethanol-related death in Ga-Rankuwa road-users, South Africa: A  ve-year analysis. In Journal of Forensic and Legal Medicine, 44, pp 5-9.
du ToitPrinsloo L, and Bunn BK. 2016. Massive hemoptysis due to primary mucoepidermoid carcinoma of the lung in a 12-year-old. In Forensic Science Medicine and Pathology, 12, pp 380-383.
du ToitPrinsloo L, Morris NK, Lee M, and Pickworth G. 2016. Registrars teaching undergraduate medical students: A pilot study at the University of Pretoria, South Africa. In African Journal of Health Professions Education, 8(2), pp 196-199.
du ToitPrinsloo L, Morris NK, Meyer PWA, and Saayman G. 2016. Deaths from bee stings: a report of three cases from Pretoria, South Africa. In Forensic Science Medicine and Pathology, 12(1), pp 81-85.
du ToitPrinsloo L, Pickles C, and Lombaard HADT. 2016. Evaluating current knowledge of legislation and practice of obstetricians and gynaecologists in the management of fetal remains in South Africa. In SAMJ South African Medical Journal, 106(4), pp 403-406.
du ToitPrinsloo L, Pickles C, and Saayman G. 2016. Managing the remains of fetuses and abandoned infants: A call to urgently review South African law and medicolegal practice. In SAMJ South African Medical Journal, 106(6), pp 578-581.
du ToitPrinsloo L, Pickles CMS, Smith Z, Jordaan JC, and Saayman G. 2016. The medico-legal investigation of abandoned fetuses and newborns-a review of cases admitted to the Pretoria Medico-Legal Laboratory, South Africa. In International Journal of Legal Medicine, 130, pp 569-574.
du ToitPrinsloo L, Pickworth G, and Saayman G. 2016. The forensic autopsy as a teaching tool: Attitudes and perceptions of undergraduate medical students at the University of Pretoria, South Africa. In African Journal of Health Professions Education, 8(1), pp 77-80.
du ToitPrinsloo L, and Saayman G. 2016. “Death at the wheel” due to tuberculosis of the myocardium: a case report. In Cardiovascular Pathology, 25, pp 271-274.
du ToitPrinsloo L, van Niekerk ECA, Cronje CM, and Dinkel JE. 2016. Sudden death in an adolescent due to primary angiosarcoma of the right atrium. In Forensic Science Medicine and Pathology, 12(3), pp 376-379. http://hdl.handle.net/2263/52606.
Ehmke U, du ToitPrinsloo L, Deysel C, Jordaan JC, and Saayman G. 2016. Questioning the validity of blood alcohol concentration analysis. In SA Crime Quarterly, 57, pp 7-14.
Ehmke U, du ToitPrinsloo L, Deysel C, Jordaan JC, and Saayman G. 2016. Combating drunken driving: Questioning the validity of blood concentration analysis. In SA Crime Quarterly, 57, pp 7-14.
Liebenberg J, du ToitPrinsloo L, Steenkamp V, and Saayman G. 2016. Fatalities involving illicit drug use in Pretoria, South Africa, for the period 2003-2012. In SAMJ South African Medical Journal, 106(10), pp 1051-1055.
Loots DP, and du ToitPrinsloo L. 2016. A fatal outcome of pica. In Forensic Science Medicine and Pathology, 12, pp 108-112. Mitton LM, and du ToitPrinsloo L. 2016. Sharp force fatalities at the Pretoria Medico-Legal Laboratory, 2012-2013. In South African
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