Seven cases of supravalvular aortic stenosis are descriptionbed: 3 belonged to the supravalvular aortic stenosis syndrome, 2 were of the familial variety, and 2 were probably sporadic in origin.
A patient with pulmonary nocardiosis with extension to bone, skin and subcutaneous tissue is descriptionbed. Nocardia asteroides was isolated from sinuses, sputum and a cervical abscess.
Two cases of Apert's syndrome are presented and the typical clinical and radiologic appearances are outlined.
The decreased intravascular volume, metabolic acidosis and extracellular fluid deficits require treatment with balanced salt solutions and blood.