A case of tuberculous meningitis with urinary retention complicated by a B. proteus cystitis is descriptionbed.
Induction of labour performed in well-selected cases does not on its own endanger the life of the mother or foetus.
Two cases of eclampsia in hypertensive African women are descriptionbed.
The incidence of peptic ulceration in the African in Natal (0,68 per 1,000) as reflected in the analysis of 39,635 admissions to King Edward VIII Hospital Durban, during the 2-year period June 1955 to May 1957.
A case is reported of congenital bilateral total external ophthalmoplegia associated with other developmental anomalies involving particularly the axial skeleton.