Three Bantu patients with hypertrophic obstructive cardiomyopathy are descriptionbed: two patients had a large intraventricular pressure gradient while the third had great ventricular hypertrophy without obstruction.
A patient with the nephrotic syndrome and a lymphosarcoma is descriptionbed-the notable feature being the appearance of the lymphosarcoma after a 4-month course of treatment with azathioprine.
Varicose veins occurring during pregnancy are a common and distressing complaint.
Two unusual cases of hyperparathyroidism are reported.
The literature on retinal anlage tumour of infancy is reviewed. The history, treatment and follow-up of our case are reported.
Some cardiopulmonary effects of hexoprenaline sulphate and salbutamol were measured in 5 healthy subjects.
Peptic ulcer and its complications are usually seen in the Rhodesian African living in an urban and westernized environment.
Three patients with Ebstein's anomaly who developed severe cyanosis and right-sided heart failure within 24 hours after birth, were fully investigated and followed-up for 2 to 7 years.