1. Druda D, Kelly AM. What is the difference in size of spontaneous pneumothorax between inspiratory and expiratory xrays?   Emerg Med J. 2009;26:861-3pneumo size insp exp_EMJ.pdf

  2. Kelly AM, Druda D. Comparison of size classification of primary spontaneous pneumothorax by three international guidelines: A case for international consensus?  Resp Med 2008; 102:1830-2.Pneumothorax size class_Resp Med.pdf

  3. Kelly AM, Kerr D, Clooney M. Outcomes of emergency department patients treated for spontaneous pneumothorax. Chest 2008; 134:1033-6.chest.pdf

  4. Kelly AM, Clooney M. Spontaneous Pneumothorax Australia Study Group. Deviation from published guidelines in the management of primary spontaneous pneumothorax in Australia. Internal Med J 2008; 38:64-7.pneumothorax dev guide_int med J.pdf

  5. Hoi K, Turchin B, Kelly AM. How accurate is the Light Index for estimating pneumothorax size?  Australas Radiol  2007; 51:196-8.Light index pneumothorax_Aus Radiol.pdf

  6. Kelly AM, Loy J, Tsang AYL, Graham CA. Rate of re-expansion of spontaneous pneumothorax estimated using a formula derived from CT volumetric studies. Emerg Med J 2006; 23:780-2.

  7. Kelly AM, Weldon D, Tsang A, Graham CA.  Comparison between two methods for estimating pneumothorax size from chest xrays.  Resp Med 2006; 100:1356-9.    

  8. Kelly AM. Management of primary spontaneous pneumothorax: Is the best evidence clearer fifteen years on? Emerg Med Australas 2007; 19:303-8. (Review)    Spont pneumo 15 yrs on_EMA.pdf

  9. Kelly AM. Treatment of primary spontaneous pneumothorax.  Curr Opin Pulm Med 2009;15:376-9. (Review) 

  10. Kelly AM. Spontaneous pneumothorax: Are we treating the x-ray or the patient? Hong Kong J Emerg Med 2015; 22:135-6. (Editorial)