Twenty-four patients have been found who appear to have endemic tropical sprue with malabsorption on biochemical, radiological and histological grounds.
Gastric biopsy specimens were obtained in 50 patients during oesophagogastroduodenoscopies.
With the passage of time and the advent of new diagnostic and analytical methods, many of our concepts of disease change.
In a small cottage hospital and in mission hospitals where adequate medical staff is a problem, epidural anaesthesia is ideal.
The reactions of parents and children to fatal illness and death are complex and varied, but always give rise to undue increase of ego defence mechanisms on account of the great amount of anxiety and stress.
Hypersecretion of growth hormone (GH) is regarded as a possible aetiological factor in juvenile diabetes.
A hitherto unreported true cyst of the thyroid is presented.
World-wide attention is being focused on the recognition, diagnosis and treatment of learning disabilities.
Two patients are reported with scleroedema Buschke, a rare disease affecting both adults and children.