With mounting evidence that hypertension and hyperlipaemia are the immediate precursors of atherosclerosis, the thyroid's hypotensive and hypolipaemic actions acquire an added significance.
The Johanson type of urethroplasty is still the operation of choice in the majority of complicated urethral strictures.
A patient with both sinus and atrial parasystole is descriptionbed.
In 1970 attention was drawn to a rare joint disease in Zululand.
Pulmonary venous thrombosis is an uncommon and fatal condition if the entire venous return of a lung is affected.
A case of chronic organo-axial volvulus of the stomach, secondary to eventration of the left hemidiaphragm, is reported.
A case of sarcoidosis of the nervous system is reported and the literature briefly reviewed.
Patients with auditory pseudo-hallucinations will readily respond to questions about such experiences because the latter are easily differentiated from the real world.