A Bantu neonate was found at birth to have epicene genitalia and perineal hypospadias.
The established treatment of cancer comprises some aspects of surgery, radiation, chemotherapy, endocrinology or pharmacology.
Three aids to practice management with reference to their major advantages are presented briefly.
Consistent, if not convincing evidence is presented that the white cell count has useful diagnostic value in early gram-negative bacteraemia and incipient shock as well as in judging the prognosis.
The authors studied the concentration of several porphyrins and their precursors in the stools, urine and blood of 28 Bantu patients suffering from primary hepatoma.
A case of generalized elastolysis (cutis laxa) in a South African Bantu child is descriptionbed.
A study was initiated to evaluate a reliable 'bedside' method of screening for asymptomatic urinary tract infection.
Out of 165 cases of pyloric stenosis encountered in a 10-year survey, 6 cases occurred in the Bantu.