The accepted causes of unexpected maternal death in obstetrics are listed, especially unexplained collapse developing chiefly in pre-eclampsia, eclampsia and hypertension, and particularly with operative delivery.
Nine hundred and sixty four non-European children were seen in the outpatient and casualty departments of the Karl Bremer Hospital during May 1960.
Die ondervinding met 'n eenvoudige sykamer-tegniek vir CO-diffusie, soos beskryf deur Milledge, word bespreek.
End-bearing amputations at the knee and ankle-joint lost favour after World War I because of difficulties in fitting the prostheses as satisfactorily as those for amputations through the shafts.
A descriptionption is given of our experiences with bone-marrow transplantation.