Eighty-four patients seen at the Johannesburg Hospital between 1963 and 1972 were diagnosed as having analgesic nephropathy.
Advanced adenocarcinoma has been shown by some workers to respond to combination therapy of moderate doses of 5-fluorouracil and irradiation.
67Ga-citrate was compared with Na ,18F as a bone scanning agent in 10 patients with prostatic carcinoma.
Neuroradiological and clinical findings of 4 cases of haemangioblastomas at the cervicomedullary junction and projecting posteriorly, are reported.
The angiographic localization of lesions within the posterior fossa is more difficult and less reliable than is true of supratentorial pathology.
Lumbar radiculography with 10 ml of Dimer-X was performed in 80 patients with suspected pressure on the cauda equina and the lumbar nerve roots.
Ultra-high kilovoltage chest radiography was first tried in the 1950s.
A bone tumour, to be evident by current radiodiagnostic procedures, must be 1,5 cm in diameter and have lost 50 - 70% of its calcium salts, according to Meema and Meema, in the Journal of the American Geriatric Society.