A statistical analysis for White and non-White representative wards in Groote Schuur Hospital in the quinquennium 1939-43 has been made.
From 1958 to the end of 1966 it was found feasible, and rather satisfying, to administer 42 parenteral infusions, including one blood transfusion, to sick children in their homes.
A case is reviewed of reconstruction of the urethra with a report on a second case.
Secretin-Pancreozymin tests of pancreatic exocrine function were performed in 28 patients with proven carcinoma of the pancreas.
Exocrine pancreatic function was examined by means of the Secretin-Pancreozymin test in 46 patients with diabetes mellitus in whom pancreatitis had been excluded.
Nineteen children born of 18 mothers treated in the first trimester with antituberculous drugs were examined.