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Original articles
Walker R. 50 divers with dysbaric illness seen at Townsville General Hospital during 1990. SPUMS Journal. 1992;22(2):66-70.
Hills B. Spinal decompression sickness: the occurrence of lamellar bodies in spinal tissue as potential foci for bubble formation. SPUMS Journal. 1992;22(2):71-78.
Brookman D. Computer recreation. SPUMS Journal. 1992;22(2):78-83.
Letters to the Editor 
Halstead B. The end of NO-decompression diving. SPUMS Journal. 1992;22(2):86.
Sutherland A. Asthma and diving. SPUMS Journal. 1992;22(2):86.
Botheroyd EM. Radiology and diving. SPUMS Journal. 1992;22(2):86-87.
Cason R. High Tech Diving. SPUMS Journal. 1992;22(2):87.
Halstead B. High Tech Diving. SPUMS Journal. 1992;22(2):87-88.
Sutherland A. Pulmonary barotrauma during pool training and The over-dived syndrome. SPUMS Journal. 1992;22(2):89.
SPUMS Annual Scientific Meeting 1991
Cummins T. A training agency perspective on DES funding and other topical issues. SPUMS Journal. 1992;22(2):91-96.
Davies D. A diving medical view of a training agency perspective. SPUMS Journal. 1992;22(2):96-98.
Egstrom G. Diving fitness. SPUMS Journal. 1992;22(2):98-102.
Richardson D, Shreeves K. 1991 survey of 27 recreational multi-day diving operations. SPUMS Journal. 1992;22(2):103-108.
Egstrom G. Tables or computers; how best to control decompression. SPUMS Journal. 1992;22(2):109-113.

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