Five cases of bilharzial pulmonary hypertension in Bantu children in Natal are reported.
Pulmonary function in 7 females and 4 males with scleroderma is reported and correlated with clinical, radiological, electrocardiographic and pathological findings.
The stages in the development of tests of gastric acid secretion are briefly mentioned.
A congenital diaphragmatic hernia was discovered in an adult Bantu male at autopsy following a motor car accident.
A case of a gastric leiomyoblastoma is presented together with a review of the literature, stressing the importance of correct diagnosis.