In a study of White and Coloured schizophrenic patients, auditory hallucinations were reported to occur in one language only, the earliest the patients had learned.
The results of outpatient surgery performed in a day clinic (unattached operating-theatre unit) on 5321 patients in the period 1965 - 1971 by general practitioners and consultant surgeons are outlined and discussed.
A hitherto unreported association between anomalous origin of the right subclavian artery and phocomelia of the right arm is descriptionbed.
A case of acute renal failure following the diagnostic administration of a tri-iodinated compound is reported.
Antemortem and postmortem lung puncture aspiration was performed in Bantu children with pneumonia associated with measles.