Fourteen cases of winter-spring hay-fever and allergic conjunctivitis have been investigated and found to be associated with cypress-pollen sensitivity. Cypress pollinosis is regarded as a true clinical entity. The diagnosis and treatment of these cases are discussed
A series of seventy-five consecutive non-European cases is quoted. The revised mortality rate is 5 per cent. Points stressed: careful and radical excision of scalp wound. Complete removal of all comminuted bone fragments. Thorough suction debridement of brain.