The accidental human case reported here together with the experimental results shows that, in the absence of a cardiac septal defect, air or oxygen injected into the systemic veins in a coarse stream does not traverse the lung capillaries.
A survey of coronary artery disease in 99 Natal Indians is reported.
A case of complete avulsion of the scalp is descriptionbed, and the methods of treatment of complete and partial avulsion of the scalp are discussed.
A fixed drug eruption caused by the colouring matter in the wall of a medicinal capsule is descriptionbed and the possible significance of this is discussed.
A case is presented in which a stab wound of the chest involved a bullous cyst and resulted in a bronchopleural fistula. This failed to respond to conservative treatment.