A case is reported of virilization caused by a lipoid-cell tumour of the ovary in a Bantu prepubertal female.
The incidence of primary amenorrhoea caused by genital tuberculosis is discussed, and the reasons for the rarity of the condition are indicated.
Urinary calcium and inorganic phosphorus studies were carried out on 50 urban Bantu, 30 Bantu patients, and 30 White patients, whose diets were all different.
A successfully treated case of ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysm in an African patient is presented, and the literature is reviewed.
The 3 drugs, Win 3637. Win 13,820, and astiban, were used in clinical trial in patients from the Eastern Transvaal lowveld, suffering from double infections of S.mansoni and S.haematobium.