Concepts arising out of the study of an isolated intact pulmonary airways preparation derived from the rat in vitro are presented.
The physiology of micturition is briefly reviewed and the effects of disorders of the nervous system upon bladder function are considered.
The results are presented of a single-blind trial of 3 and 4 drug combinations in 117 cases of advanced, previously treated pulmonary tuberculosis.
A cytotoxic and agglutinating serum for the detection of the 4b antigen on human leucocytes is descriptionbed.
Two transfusion reactions are reported, one a febrile and the other an allergic reaction, in a patient with erythrocyte and leucocyte antibodies of known specificity.
Urological surgical intervention proved to be beneficial in 86 of the 100 cases dealt with in this survey.
The weight gain and incidence of gastro-enteritis in a group of children fed on acidified full-cream cow's milk have been compared with those of a group fed on unmodified full-cream cow's milk feeds. No advantage has been demonstrated.
The subjects of this study were 280 cases of myocardial infarction treated by the author. Hyperuricaemia correlated strongly as an associated factor.
When DOT was first used on a large scale it was hailed as the most versatile insecticide. Its undesirable quality of chemical stability was not then appreciated.