Attention is drawn to the apparent difficulty in the diagnosis of twin pregnancy. The use of radiographs is discussed.
Even with modern chemotherapy the intracranial spread of rhinogenous infections cannot be entirely obviated ; naturally, chemotherapy is an integral part of any surgical procedures in such conditions.
A case is presented of Addison's disease complicating a long standing diabetes mellitus.
'n Pasient met 'n siektegeskiedenis wat angina pectoris aandui, het by elektrokardiografiese ondersoek die bevinding van 'n positiewe inspanningstoets getoon.
I have attempted to sketch the outlines of an extremely serious disease and to emphasize the immensity of the problem.