A case is presented of a patient with severe immunoglobulin deficiency and postmortem findings characteristic of thymic alymphoplasia.
A recent study of a general practice in Salisbury estimated the annual morbidity prevalence rate for 3,500 Europeans. However, the diagnostic label attached to a patient has a financial as well as medical significance.
Indium-113m, a tin-generator produced radionuclide, emitting a 390 key, gamma photon, was found very useful as a heart, liver and placenta scanning agent.
Case reports of 4 cases of leptospirosis are presented.
Selective coronary arteriography was performed on 30 subjects.