The value of radiology, including the use of positive-contrast nasopharyngography in the investigation of tumours of the nasopharynx, has been assessed.
The effect of photon energy, focal length, radius of view and crystal diameter on the imaging properties of collimators are discussed, to ensure the effective routine clinical use and optimum collimator design.
A simple and safe method of duodenal intubation for hypotonic duodenography is used at Baragwanath Hospital.
Two separate cases of avascular masses in the abdomen in infants are presented, both diagnosed by total-body opacification.
A case of choriocarcinoma in a man, presenting as a single lung lesion, is descriptionbed.
The radiological aspects of renal artery aneurysms are reviewed.
Traumatic haemobilia is an uncommon but serious complication of injury to the liver.
Fourteen cases of verified hydatid cysts in the brain are reviewed, with particular reference to the radiological features.
A review of infantile pyloric stenosis is presented. The findings over the past 10 years at Red Cross War Memorial Children's Hospital are reviewed.