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Topic: X-ray

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Report: Almost 20,000 medical records of Malaysians available online
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 18— Medical records of millions of patients around the world, including that of almost 20,000 Malaysians are freely available on the internet, and accessible from any computer ser...
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Medical records of Malaysian patients freely available online
SINGAPORE: Close to 20,000 patient records belonging to Malaysians were among millions of medical information freely accessible on computer servers worldwide, according to an investigation published ...
AsiaOne:
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Mum of Malaysian teen who died from TB claims daughter was not treated in time
GEORGE TOWN - "My heart is broken.
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Mum: My daughter Carmen is gone
GEORGE TOWN: “My heart is broken. Every time I close my eyes, I see my daughter, ” said a devastated mother who lost her daughter to tuberculosis (TB).
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Lack of communication between agencies
SEPT 1 was a memorable day for my daughter, as she registered as a new student at one of the country’s oldest, most prestigious and highly ranked tertiary institutions, Universiti Malaya.The registr...
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Deputy Health Minister: New clinics, health facilities planned for Sarawak
KUCHING: The Federal Government is committed to improving health facilities in Sarawak, with new clinics planned for construction over the next few years, says Dr Lee Boon Chye.
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Expertise in oncology puts Malaysia on medical tourism map
KUALA LUMPUR: For three whole months, Ibu Ida had nosebleeds which worried her and her family members.
The Borneo Post:
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Access to palliative care — a human right
Dr Ednin explains to a reporter the limitations of providing palliative care in Malaysia.
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Severely injured bull elephant put to sleep after rescuers fail to nurse it back to health
KOTA KINABALU: A severely injured bull elephant that was believed to have been hit by a vehicle in an accident a few months ago was euthanised on Tuesday (June 11) after rescuers failed to nurse it back to health.
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Two orang asli deaths not due to chemical contamination: Health Ministry
PUTRAJAYA: The Health Ministry has ruled out chemical contamination as the cause of death of several orang asli from the Bateq tribe in Kuala Koh village in Gua Musang, Kelantan.
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Yoursay: A legal submission on a dog
YOURSAY | ‘The excuse being given for the delay is shocking and should not be entertained by the court.’ Shafee's 'pet dog' stalls Najib's hearing, AG rues delay Ipoh PP: Knowing this lawyer and w...
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Adib’s injuries due to blunt force trauma, doctor tells inquest
SHAH ALAM: Fireman Mohd Adib Mohd Kassim’s injuries during the night of the Sri Maha Mariamman Temple fracas were caused by blunt force trauma, an inquest into his death was told today.
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Doctor: Adib had bruises on chest wall, fractured ribs
INQUEST | An emergency doctor at a private hospital testified that the late Muhammad Adib Mohd Kassim had bruises on the upper right side of his chest wall, besides having fractures on four ribs.
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Adib’s lungs had collapsed, rib cage fractured, doctor tells inquest
SHAH ALAM: The doctor who treated Muhammad Adib Mohd Kassim told the Coroner’s Court today the fireman’s lungs were injured and several rib bones fractured when he was brought to the hospital.
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X-ray showed Adib with collapsed lung, four fractured ribs, doctor tells inquest
SHAH ALAM, Feb 21 — Muhammad Adib Mohd Kassim was semi-conscious and showed signs of pneumothorax, which is a collapsed lung, when he was wheeled into the Subang Jaya Medical Centre emergency depart...
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FedEx eyes mainland Penang for further growth
GEORGE TOWN (Jan 9): Following the launch of its new integrated facilities at the Penang International Airport, global logistics services provider FedEx is training its sights on the mainland for furt...
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Health Ministry denies RM100 fee for students' medical check-up
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): The Health Ministry has refuted claims that students will have to pay up to RM100 for a medical check-up for admission to government-owned schools, as alleged on social media.
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MOH: Students entering fully residential schools need not pay more for medical check-up
PETALING JAYA: The Health Ministry (MOH) has rubbished allegations that students entering fully residential schools (SBP), Maktab Rendah Sains Mara (MRSM) and Maktab Tentera Diraja (MTD) will have to pay extra for medical check-up.
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