The frequency of occurrence of the organisms responsible for pelvic infection in Pretoria is discussed.
Sarcoma botryoides, a rare tumour, but the most commonly seen malignant tumour of the uterus and vagina in children, is discussed. Its grave prognosis is stressed.
A unique institution which devoted itself to social, preventive and family medicine has had a tragic end after 20 years of service to the public.
A case has been reported where the urethra had been excised for papillomata and in which a new urethra has been constructed using a segment of ileum. In spite of the absence of sphincters the patient is continent.