The ALA, PBG and faecal porphyrin findings in 33 patients in the acute phase of South African genetic porphyria are reported.
A case is reported of bilateral anomalies of the external ears. The findings and the developmental factors concerned in this case are discussed.
The musculo-skeletal venous plexuses of the neck are descriptionbed.
A case of congenital absence of 4 ribs associated with hemivertebra and scoliosis is reported. A fifth rib was grossly malformed.
An earlier report descriptionbed the low urea clearance values observed in adult Congolese living chronically on a very low protein intake.
The feeding of analgesics to rats has been shown to cause an increase in the level of lipid peroxidation in liver and kidney, as estimated by the thiobarbituric acid reaction.
A study of dissecting room cadavers has produced a further case of displacement of the brachiocephalic artery to the left with the right common carotid crossing the trachea at the level of the third ring.