Gastric ulcers occur in mucous membrane damaged by chronic gastritis.
Priming the oxygenator with normal saline at 90c takes but a few minutes, does not affect the transparency of the Mayon tubing, and appears to be entirely satisfactory.
Over 200 cases of neonatal tetanus have been admitted to a special unit of the Department of Medicine King Edward VIII Hospital, Durban, during a 3-year period.
Three case of phenylketonuria are descriptionbed and discussed.
A case of Engelmartin's disease (progressive diaphyseal dysplasia) is presented, with a brief survey of the clinical and radiological features.