No significant differences in survival were obtained using the US and the UCT prosthesis for tricuspid valve replacement in dogs.
Systemic, pulmonary and cardiac effects are directly proportional to the size of an arterio-venous fistula. The age of the fistula has no relationship to these effects.
Altogether 14& women participated in a study of a progestogen intramuscular contraceptive involving the use of 150 mg. (3 ml) medroxyprogesterone acetate in aqueous suspension, given every 90 days.
A case of fatal, acute liver necrosis, associated with myocardiopathy is descriptionbed.
The variety of cancers and their idiosyncrasies make generalizations difficult.
Eighteen cases of massive haemorrhage into the subaponeurotic layer of the scalp in the newborn infant are presented.
From 1960 to 1966, 2,600 female patients were referred to a 24-bedded unit at the City Hospital, Edinburgh. Most patients were referred because of recurrent chronic bacteriuria.
Seven cases are discussed where the skin manifestations have given the clue to disease of the pancreas.