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Original articles
Gorman DF, Helps SC. Foramen ovale, decompression sickness and posture for arterial gas embolism. SPUMS Journal. 1989;19(4):150-151.
Davies D. Patent foramen ovale. SPUMS Journal. 1989;19(4):151-153.
Walker D. Seven green divers hanging from a line. A case reported to Project Stickybeak. SPUMS Journal. 1989;19(4):153-154.
SPUMS Annual Scientific Meeting 1989
How J. Medical support of compressed air tunnelling in the Singapore mass rapid transit project. SPUMS Journal. 1989;19(4):155-172.
Gibson AJ, Davis FM, Wilkinson AR. Assessment of the Pneupac HC hyperbaric ventilator. SPUMS Journal. 1989;19(4):172-176.
Papers from the joint SPUMS and Royal Hobart Hospital meeting, November 1988
Shevland J. Osteonecrosis. SPUMS Journal. 1989;19(4):177-180.
Ware R. Scintigraphic diagnosis of osteonecrosis. SPUMS Journal. 1989;19(4):180-181.
Mills A. Medico-legal aspects of avascular necrosis in divers. SPUMS Journal. 1989;19(4):181-184.
Martyn M. Diver Retrieval in Tasmania. SPUMS Journal. 1989;19(4):184-188.
McCartney P. Recompression requirements for Tasmania. SPUMS Journal. 1989;19(4):188-190.
Unsworth I. Critical care in the hyperbaric chamber. SPUMS Journal. 1989;19(4):190-194.

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