The development of bacterial resistance to antibiotics during therapy poses challenging biological and clinical problems.
The shape of the baby's palate is not related to the tongue but to the nipple. The palate acts as a roof and the tongue as a floor for a palatal tunnel traversed by a nipple behind whose lacteals the baby's gums fix.
Pure tone stimuli were presented monaurally and binaurally to 128 subjects who were seen at the University of Colorado Medical Centre, of whom 91 were children aged 3 days to 6 years.
Two sisters with familial conjugated hyperbilirubinaemia and normal liver biopsies are reported.
A case of rupture of the uterus at 16 - 20 week due to placenta percreta is presented.
Conductive deafness after head injury is mostly due to haemotympanum or traumatic perforation, and usually recovers completely.
The successful control of massive haemorrhage in a case with postehanolic cirrhosis plus portal hypertension is descriptionbed.