Three hundred and eleven patients submitted to selective vagotomy and drainage for chronic duodenal ulceration, were assessed 5-10 years postoperatively.
Giant cell reparative granuloma is probably a non-neoplastic response to trauma.
This article descriptionbes some of the lesser-known clinical and radiological features of Crohn's disease, which may aid in diagnosis.
The nitroblue-tetrazolium (NBT) test was performed on 71 hospitalized febrile patients and compared with 66 afebrile control patients.
A classification of the premorbid personality and other psychopathology of 377 drug-dependent young men, in accordance with detailed diagnostic criteria, revealed that personality disorder predominated, occurring in 56%.
A case of an arteriovenous malformation of the cervical cord, demonstrated at surgery and confirmed angiographically, is presented.
This study has shown that in Cape Town idiopathic and secondary epilepsy occur predominantly in middle childhood.
The clinical and laboratory aspects of 5 patients with purpura fulminans and disseminated intravascular coagulation are presented.
Alcoholic hyaline is a cytoplasmic degenerative change seen in liver parenchymal cells in alcoholic cirrhosis.
Doctors often cling to a quaint fantasy when they involve themselves in drug trials.
Malingering, the conversion reaction and hysteria, are defined, and the relationship between them discussed.