Focal hepatic necrosis was observed on liver biopsy in chronic alcoholics and heavy weekend drinkers, after hypoglycaemic coma following alcoholic debauch.
Typical features of 2nd-stage arrested rotation are noted, accompanied by additional anomalies of the fore- and hindgut.
Aspects of 2 cases with continuous muscle-fibre activity are discussed.
The aortas of 79 Whites and 139 Bantu were analysed to determine their calcium and magnesium concentration.
Maximum oxygen uptake (aerobic capacity) has been estimated in 81 healthy adult males from 4 submaximal work loads (200, 300, 400 and 500 kg.-m./min.) performed in the steady state at an altitude of 5,760 ft. above sea level.