A 51-year-old female presented in 1960 with paroxysmal symptoms of palpitations, sweating, and coldness of the extremities, accompanied by tachycardia and intermittent hypertension loss of, weight was a prominent feature.
A case fulfilling the diagnostic criteria of primary ovarian pregnancy is presented, indicating some of the difficulties in diagnosis. Emphasis is laid on histological aids to diagnosis in cases of unsuspected extra-uterine pregnancy.
A case is reported of thymectomy performed on a toddler 25 months of age, with myasthenia gravis. Pre-operatively the patient had shown a progressively deteriorating clinical course, and the result to date has been most gratifying.
A case of a vaginal septum in a 12-year-old girl is presented. Recurrence of vaginal stenosis after initial incision was treated by re-excision and a plastic repair of the apposed cut ends of the vagina.