Twenty allergic asthmatics were treated with inhaled disodium cromoglycate (Lomudal) in addition to extant therapy.
The EEG and clinical features of thalamic and hypothalamic epilepsy are reviewed.
This article descriptionbes the clinical course and management of a patient who developed hyperkalaemic acute renal failure due t o a herbal medicine, Callilepsis laureola.
Some of the aetiological factors are given as well as an outline of the extent of drug abuse in many countries, age of addiction and also the role of the medical practitioner.
Atypical varicella often poses diagnostic problems to the clinician and to the virologist.