The radiological features of a form of inferior vena caval obstruction produced by a membrane and thought to be congenital in origin are presented.
Acetamide (CH3CONH2), when fed to the local strain of rats, produced minimal hepatic damage.
Anaesthesia was induced in a group of healthy young patients by the administration of 0,15 ml/kg Glaxo CT 1341.
A Kalahari Bushman from western Botswana had the classical features of pituitary dwarfism.
The development of our present approach to the treatment of ventricular septal defect in infancy is outlined.
Two cases are reported in which the very infrequently reported association was found of liver cell carcinoma and biliary cirrhosis secondary to congenital biliary atresia.
A study of 100 South Sotho males, suffering from schizophrenia, was done. They were treated with thioridazine and either bilateral or unilateral ECT.
A case of rupture of the uterus at approximately 28 weeks' gestation due to placenta percreta is descriptionbed.
Gastroscopy with antral biopsy has been carried out in 25 patients with gastric ulceration.
The tremendous progress in recent years in the field of psychopharmacotherapy has led to nomenclature pollution and classification confusions regarding psycho-active drugs.