A case of hypoglycaemia due to a nesidioblastoma has been descriptionbed together with the operative technique for the removal of the tumour. The pathology of this tumour together with accompanying photomicrographs has been shown. The post-operative changes, both mental and physical, have been recorded.
Contact dermatitis due to DDT is, considering the widespread use of this insecticide, very rare. The few cases so far reported have all been due to DDT in solution, the dry powder being apparently inactive as a skin sensitizing agent. An unusual feature in the case now reported is the presence of purpuric lesions.