The literature on weight gain during pregnancy available in South Africa was reviewed with the object of establishing whether differences in the average weight gain of groups of pregnant women could be correlated with differences in dietary intake.
The paper deals with a comparative study of 107 specimens of urine submitted for the routine Xenopus laevis test at this Institute.
Although surgical correction of retroversion of the uterus is seldom indicated, careful clinical evaluation will uncover the deserving patient who will benefit fromoperation.
The results of tubal plastic operations at the Groote Schuur Hospital during 1959 - 1961 have been presented, as well as some of the findings at the infertility clinic.
This paper deals with the value of exfoliative cytology in lowering the mortality of carcinoma of the cervix.
A survey of 760 breech deliveries in the Bantu is presented.
The Xenopus laevis and the HI (pregnosticon) tests were carried out on 115 specimens of urine submitted for pregnancy testing