Perforation of the ventricular septum is a recognized complication of cardiac infarction.
It has been said that man is as old as his arteries - a shrewd observation which is largely true.
Rabbits were chronically poisoned by repeated intravenous injections of cadmium sulphate.
More and more hospitals are being built. The rapid advances of medicine, especially in the various specialties, make problems of organisation and management even greater.