A quantitative study of the fat globules in the sputum of 94 patients is presented.
Fat embolism is common following injuries, especially those in which fractures have occurred.
After a preliminary report on the first 20 cases the use of needle biopsy of the pleura has become a routine procedure in patients with pleural effusion at this hopsital.
A case is presented of congenital hypoplastic anaemia associated with excessive amino-aciduria in a Bantu infant.
The history, and the clinical and pathological features of salivary-gland virus disease are briefly reviewed.
A brother and sister, both with keratoconus, are descriptionbed.