The oral anti-diabetic drugs, both sulphonylureas and diguanides, have been found useful in the treatment of maturity-onset or 'middle-old-aged' diabetic subjects.
Forty subjects with tapeworm infection were treated with a new drug, yomesan.
The successful treatment of retinal detachment became possible only after the universal recognition of Jules Gonin's technique of occluding retinal tears by the use of thermocautery.
Jennings work on ward planning has indicated that, excepting for paediatric and obstetric patients, other ward accommodation requirements are similar in all fundamental respects.
Ectodermal dysplasia, polydactyly, and chondro-dysplasia must be present to make the diagnosis.