A follow-up on a case of Capillaria hepatic-a infestation in man is presented 3.5 years after treatment.
Seven hypertensive patients have been treated with bretylium tosylate (Darenthin).
Evidence is submitted of the lethal part that vasoconstriction can play in the development of 'irreversibility'.
The response to chlorpropamide has been assessed in 56 diabetic patients, all but 4 being of maturity-onset type.
A trial of metahexamide was made in a group of diabetic patients who were believed to be suitable for oral sulphonylurea therapy but who had failed to respond adequately to tolbutamide.