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A case is reported where progressive muscular weakness and respiratory failure, occurring during and after operation, is thought to have been due to the use of antibiotics, probably streptomycin and neomycin.
The indications for exchange transfusion and its hazards are reviewed.
The results of 103 hypertensive patients treated by guanethidine with reserpine and a thiazide derivative for a period extending up to 55 months are reported.
The above cases illustrate only too clearly why the nursing staff are enthusiastic about the use of thioridazine in the cases of epileptic psychoses.
A patient with clinical features of D1 trisomy (13-15) is descriptionbed in detail giving the most common anomalies found in this syndrome.
A case of the 18-trisomy (E1 trisomy), the first to be recorded on the continent of Africa, is reported and the clinical features of this syndrome are descriptionbed.