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The challenge of acute rheumatic fever diagnosis in a high-incidence population: a prospective study and proposed guidelines for diagnosis in Australia's Northern Territory (2006)

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Ralph A, Jacups S, McGough K, MCDonald M, Currie BJ

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Journal article

 

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This study's objectives were to review use of the Jones Criteria (1992 Update) in diagnosing acute rheumatic fever (ARF) in Australian Aboriginal patients presenting with suspected rheumatic fever, and formulate a locally relevant algorithm to improve diagnosis.

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