A brief outline of the types of congenital cyanotic heart disease which come under consideration for surgical treatment is given.
This study has served to highlight the importance of a comprehensive gastric examination in suspected gastric disease, each of the tests complementing the others to produce a high diagnostic accuracy rate.
The combination of modern fibre-optic gastroscopy and radiology resulted in a high degree of diagnostic accuracy in patients with chronic gastrojejunal disease.
The treatment of hock depends on improving circulating blood volume and in order to do this various intravenous fluid can be used.
A patient having undergone removal of a polyp from the upper reaches of the recto-sigmoid developed tetanus during the late postoperative period.