A retrospective study of 362 cases of chest injury has been made.
A survey done on 600 infants and young children living in Cape Town in 1967 revealed that I in 7 infants developed clinical signs of rickets before the age of 6 months.
A study of 31 stomachs, resected for chronic gastric ulceration, has revealed that there is a significant increase in thickness of the circular muscle at the pylorus.
The incidence and nature of illnesses and accidents occurring in seamen serving in South African merchant ships have been analysed.
A rare cause of severe haematuria in a Bantu youth is presented. This was found to be due to ectopic prostatic tissue growing from the lateral wall of the bladder.
The techniques used for the assessment of endothelial viability have been reviewed and their advantages and disadvantage discussed.
This paper reports a 31-month-old child with isolated partial anomalous pulmonary venous drainage from the upper lobe of the left lung into a left ascending superior vena cava (vertical vein) with normal drainage of the other pulmonary veins.