The development of our knowledge of the renal blood flow in established acute tubular necrosis is outlined.
The proper management of acute respiratory failure demands accuracy in the diagnosis of both the failure (by clinical and if necessary by laboratory means), and the actual and predisposing causes of the failure, which are outlined.
The occurrence of severe gastro-intestinal haemorrhage in a haemophiliac is descriptionbed.
A study has been made of certain characteristics of diabetes of different ethnic groups attending a diabetes clinic.
The case of a patient with SLE is presented whose symptoms commenced 15 years ago and who is well after 13 years of continuous steroid therapy. LE cells are still present.