We present 2 cases as examples of enteric duplication cysts and propose a simplified working classification.
Infantile polycystic disease is not a single entity, but rather a spectrum of disease with variable presentations.
Immediate deficient factor replacement and splintage followed by early muscle rehabilitation, promote rapid resolution and mitigate against joint destruction in most haemophilic haemarthroses.
During the period 1956 - 1972, 1 259 children were examined at the Forest Town School for Cerebral Palsied Children.
The early treatment of club foot is by splinting which often produces correction within the first 3 months of life.
The work of the Spinal Defects Clinic at the Transvaal Memorial Hospital for Children is presented, with a review of 5 years' experience.
Psychological evaluation was performed on enuretics and a matched control group, and no psychological difference was found between the two groups.
The ideas of plastic and reconstructive surgery are not new. One should pay tribute to the great efforts made by earlier surgeons, often with inadequate faciiities, and the anaesthetists who worked without modern drugs and equipment.
The high incidence of divergent squint in South African White patients is revealed.