A case of focal acute amoebiasis is reported with the rare complication of localized intraperitoneal perforation.
The literature has been reviewed briefly to point out some of the reasons why corneal homografts can be transplanted successfully.
A case is presented of recurrent abdominal pain and jaundice of 8 years' duration, in which no definite diagnosis was possible until incontrovertible evidence of intravascular haemolysis became apparent.
The relationship of the blood-fat levels to thyroid function is considered.
The estimated incidence of trisomy E has varied from 1 in 4,348 live births to 1 in 500.