The authors descriptionbe 4 cases of glaucoma in which Diamox proved of value.
Seasonal respiratory allergy in South Africa is almost entirely a grass pollinosis occurring in the summer from October to March.
It is now accepted that anoxia (antenatal, natal and postnatal) is a most important single factor in the development of degenerative lesions of the central nervous system in children and probably in adults as well.
Attention is drawn to the danger of partially clogged blood-transfusion filters which may allow a mixture of blood and air to enter the patient's circulation and cause fatal air embolism.
The incidence of various mycoses in South Africa based on the specimens examined at the South African Institute for Medical Research during the past 8 years is given.