The changing pattern in thought on the pathogenesis of the cerebral ischaemic episode is emphasized.
Various aspects of the difficulty of attributing morbidity to bilharziasis, are considered in this paper.
Adequate sun protection requires a determination of the incriminating wave-lengths.
A large-scale field experiment had shown that the great majority of susceptible fair-complexioned students was protected from sunburn by the administration of vitamin A-calcium tablets the night before and during sun-exposure.
Previous workers have shown that drainage of thoracic duct lymph into the oesophagus can lower the serum bilirubin in experimental complete biliary obstruction.