Two South African Bantu males with paroxysmal nocturnal haemoglobinuria are presented.
A survey of the incidence of syphilis in a Karoo town was made.
Necropsy evidence has shown venous thrombosis in the African to be very much more common than is presently believed.
The present analysis has shown that the Rh-antibody inhibition test can be accepted as a reliable procedure for the antenatal determination of the severity of Rh-haemolytic disease of the newborn.
Standard 100-G oral glucose-tolerance tests were performed during the 3 trimesters of pregnancy in 568 normal pregnant non-diabetic Natal Indians, 267 of whom had significant pre-diabetic histories.
The clinical and pathological findings in the haemolyticuraemic syndrome are briefly discussed.